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Annual Report of the Town 




Gilford 
New Hampshire 

Year Ending December 31 , 2009 






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Photo: Pot of Gold, Lake Winnipesaukee 
Taken from Lockes Island 
July photo from the 2010 Gilford Library Calendar 
Courtesy of and © Connie Moses 2010 



Annual Reports 



of the town of 
GILFORD 

New Hampshire 




for the year ending 



December 31, 2009 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ITEMS FOR ACTION AT THE 2009 ANNUAL MEETING 








Town Warrant 


See Blue 


Town Budget 


Section 


School Warrant 


In Back of 


School Budget 


Book 










Town Officials as of December 31 , 2009 


5 


Town Department Locations and Contact Directory 


10 






ACTIVITY REPORTS OF OFFICERS, 




OFFICIALS, BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 








Report of the Board of Selectmen 


12 


Report of the Town Administrator 


13 


Report of the Town Appraiser 


14 


Report of the Town Clerk-Tax Collector 


22 


Report of the Department of Planning and Land Use 


24 


Report of the Lakes Region Planning Commission 


28 


Report of the Belknap Range Conservation Coalition 


32 


Report of the Police Department 


33 


Report of the Department of Public Works 


35 


Report of the Fire-Rescue Department 


37 


Report of the Forest Fire Warden and State Forest Ranger 


40 


Report of the Parks and Recreation Department 


42 


Report of the Old Home Day Committee 


46 


Report of the Cemetery Trustees 


48 


Report of the Library Director and Library Trustees 


50 


Report of the Overseer of Public Welfare 


53 


Report of the Task Force on Drug/Alcohol Abuse Prevention 


54 


Report of the Land Conservation Task Force 


56 


Report of the Kimball Wildlife Forest Committee 


57 


Report of the Energy Committee 


58 


Report on the February 4, 2009 Deliberative Session 


59 


Report on the March 10, 2009 "Second Session" Election Results 


78 


Report of the Gunstock Acres Village Water District 


92 



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2009 FINANCIAL RECORDS 








Certificate 


93 


Revenue Summary 


94 


Expenditure Summary 


96 


Summary Inventory of Valuation 


98 


2009 Tax Rate Computation 


99 


Tax Collector's Report 


100 


Summary of Tax Lien Account 


102 


Town Clerk's Report 


103 


Treasurer's Report 


104 


Report of the Trustees of Trust Funds 


105 


Independent Auditor's Report 


106 


Statement of Bonded Debt 


115 


Schedule of Town Property 


116 


Vital Statistics 


119 


Vendor Payments Report 


126 


Employee Wages and Benefits Report 


137 






SCHOOL DISTRICT REPORTS 








Officers of the School District 


S2 


Report on the February 3, 2009 Deliberative Session 


S3 


Report on the March 10, 2009 "Second Session" Election Results 


S11 


Report of the School Board Chairperson 


S15 


Report of the Elementary School Principal 


S18 


Report of the Middle School Principal 


S20 


Report of the High School Principal 


S21 


School Statistics 


S25 


Financial Report on the School District 


S26 


Vendor History Report 


S29 


Payroll Report 


S45 






Telephone Directory 


Back Cover 



TOWN OFFICIALS 
(as of December 31, 2009) 

ELECTED TOWN OFFICIALS 



Gus Benavides, Chair 
J. Kevin Hayes 
John T. O'Brien 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 



Denise A. Morrissette 



TOWN CLERK - TAX COLLECTOR 



Term Expires 201 1 



Karen Saunders 



TREASURER 



Term Expires 2011 



Peter V. Millham 



MODERATOR 



Term Expires 2011 



Connie IVIoses, Chair 
Diane IVlitton 
Nancy IVIarcoux 



SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2014 



Peter (Rick) Moses 
Wayne Snow 
Leo Sanfacon 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 



Pauline (Polly) J. Sanfacon, Chair 
Tracey G. Petrozzi 
Weldon Bosworth 
Robert Kammeraad 
John (Jack) P. Lacombe 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 



Susan Leach, Chair 
Judith Cott 
Doris (Dee) Chitty 



CEMETERY TRUSTEES 



Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Richard C. Hickok, Chair 

IVlark Corry 

Terry Stewart 

Kevin Roy 

Susan C. Greene 

Dale Dormody 

David (Skip) Murphy 

Phyllis Corrigan 

John T. O'Brien, Selectman Representative 

Margo Weeks, School Board Representative 

Fred Butler, Gunstock Acres Village Water District Representative 



Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 201 1 
Term Expires 201 1 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 



BOARD OF FIRE ENGINEERS 



William R. Akerley, Chair 
Philip A. Brouillard 
Don Spear 



Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 



GUNSTOCK ACRES VILLAGE WATER DISTRICT TRUSTEES 

Robert Dion, Moderator & Treasurer 

Susan Dalton, Clerk 

Robert Dalton, Commissioner 

A! Herte, Commissioner 

Howard Epstein, Commissioner 

APPOINTED TOWN OFFICIALS 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



John Goodhue, Chair 
Douglas Hill 
Lee Duncan 
Thomas Drouin 
Lawrence Routhier 
Charles Coons 
Everett McLaughlin 
Paula McDonald, Alternate 
Rudolph Lehr, Alternate 
Donald Sibson, Alternate 
Carole Hall, Alternate 
Terry Stewart, Alternate 



Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 201 1 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 



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PLANNING BOARD 



Pauline (Polly) J. Sanfacon, Chair 

John Morgenstern 

Jerry Gagnon 

Richard Vaillancourt 

Richard Sonia 

Richard Waitt 

David Arnst, Alternate 

Carolyn Scattergood, Alternate 

Wayne Hall, Alternate 

Andrew Garfinkle, Alternate 

Dennis Corrigan, Alternate 

J. Kevin Hayes, Selectman Representative 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 201 1 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



Thomas Francoeur, Chair 
Miham York 
David Smith 
Richard Nelson 
Lisa Manz-Buckley 
Leo Sanfacon, Alternate 
Vickie Camer, Alternate 
Sue King, Alternate 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 
Tenn Expires 2012 



ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 



Andrew Howe, Chair 
J. Scott Davis 
Robert Dion 
Charles Boucher 
Ellen Mulligan 
Connie Grant, Alternate 
Mark Corry, Alternate 



Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 
Tenm Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2012 
Temi Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 



HISTORIC DISTRICT - HERITAGE COMMISSION 

Troy Schrupp, Chair 

Julianne McConnell 

Carmel Lancia 

Mary Curtis 

Carole Hopper, Alternate 

Gus Benavides, Selectman Representative 

Richard Waitt, Planning Board Representative 



Term Expires 2011 
Term Expires 201 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2012 
Term Expires 2012 



FACILITY PLANNING COMMITTEE 

James Mull, Chair 

Edward (Bill) Rohr 

Andrew Howe 

Dale Channing (Chan) Eddy 

Steven Grant 

Dennis Doten 

J. Kevin Hayes, Selectman Representative 



LAKES BUSINESS PARK BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Rodney Dyer 
Anthony Ferruolo 
Leo Sanfacon 



Howard Epstein, Chair 
Dale Channing (Chan) Eddy 
William Knightly 



Evelyn Bray 

Donna Mooney 

Barbara Carey 

Diane Tinkham 

Doris MacHaffie, Alternate 

Claire Stinson, Alternate 



Everett McLaughlin, Chair 

Sandra T. McGonagle, Secretary 

Russell Dumais 

Diane Hanley 

Douglas Hill 

Stephan Nix 

John (Jack) Woodward 



ENERGY COMMITTEE 



INSPECTOR OF ELECTIONS 



Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 
Term Expires 2010 



LAND CONSERVATION TASK FORCE 



LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Scott Dunn 
Richard Waitt 



KIMBALL WILDLIFE FOREST COMMITTEE 

Robert Dean, Chair 

Sandra T. McGonagle, Secretary 

Andrew Fast, Belknap County Cooperative Extension 

Sumner Dole 

Joan Veazey 

George Labonte 

Kristie Katz 

Pat Bennett 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Lawrence Routhier, Chair 

Gisele Lambert 

John (Jack) McDevitt, Jr. 

Gus Benavides, Selectman Representative 

Dennis Corrigan, Planning Board Representative 

Richard Hickok, Budget Committee Representative 

Kurt Webber, School Board Representative 

TOWN OFFICERS 



Assessing Agent 

Building Official 

Deputy Fire Chief 

Deputy Police Chief 

Deputy Town Clerk - Tax Collector 

Deputy Town Treasurer 

Emergency Management Director 

Finance Director 

Fire Chief 

Health Officer 

Library Director 

Parks and Recreation Director 

Planning and Land Use Director 

Police Chief 

Public Works Director 

Town Administrator 

Welfare Director 



Wil Corcoran 
David Andrade 
John Beland 
Kevin Keenan 
Jennifer Mooney 
Kimberly A. Vamcchio 
James Hayes 
Geoffrey Ruggles 
James Hayes 
Sheldon Morgan 
Katherine Dormody 
Herbert Greene 
John Ayer 
John Markland 
Sheldon Morgan 
Scott Dunn 
Erika Johnson 



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Gilford Town Offices 

47 Cherry Valley Road 

Gilford, NH 03249 

527-4700 (Connecting to all departments) 

Town Website: www.qilfordnh.org 

Parks & Recreation Department Website: www.qilfordrec.com 

Police Department Website: www.qilfordpd.org 

Town Offices open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (All departments except 
Town Clerk/Tax Collector, which is open until 4:30 p.m. on Mon.. Tues., Wed. & Fri.; 
Thurs. until 6:30 p.m.) 

Gilford Fire-Rescue 

39 Cherry Valley Road 
Gilford, NH 03249 
527-4758 - Office 
911 - Emergency 

Office open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Gilford Public Library 

31 Potter Hill Road 

Gilford, NH 03249 

524-6042 

Library Website: www.qilfordlibrarv.org 

Library open Mon., Wed., & Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

Tues., Thurs. 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 

Sat. 10:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. 

Gilford Public Works 

55 Cherry Valley Road 
Gilford, NH 03249 
527-4778 

Office open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Gilford Recycling Center 

105 Kimball Road 
Gilford, NH 03249 
293-0220 

Recycling Center open Tues. - Thurs. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Sat. 9:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m. 

A complete phone listing is available on the back cover of this report. 



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Activity Reports 

of 

Officers, Officials, 

Boards, Committees 

and 

Commissions 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

The year 2009 was fairly stable from the perspective of Town government operations. 
There were no major changes In personnel at the department manager level, but we 
were pleased to welcome aboard some new workers on the front lines. We extended 
best wishes to two long-term employees who retired after honorable careers (Judy 
Morgan and Ed Cowing) and had a change in the makeup of the Board of Selectmen. 
Connie Grant, who served the Town on the Budget Committee, Planning Board and as 
a Selectman, decided not to seek re-election and was replaced by John O'Brien who 
brought along a wealth of knowledge based on his professional management expertise 
combined with his years of service on the Budget Committee. 

Because the Board was always cognizant of the troubled economy throughout the year, 
we worked hard to put forth a lean budget designed to keep property taxes on an even 
keel while maintaining the programs and services that the taxpayers have come to 
expect. We were also "lucky" because winter storms were pretty normal and the slow 
economy helped keep energy costs in check so savings in these accounts helped keep 
our overall budget on track. As Selectmen, we try to always be mindful of the fact that 
the money required to provide municipal services comes mostly from hard-working 
citizens who sometimes struggle to pay the bills. It is for this reason that we are 
constantly vigilant about finding ways to trim the budget and improve overall 
efficiencies. 

Unfortunately, as fiscal belts were tightened, employee benefits had to undergo 
enhanced scrutiny. This on-going task was a high priority in 2009 as the Town 
revamped its personnel policies and successfully negotiated 2 union contracts. The 
Town of Gilford is extremely fortunate to have such a high caliber work force, especially 
our dedicated public safety crews. As a Board, we are very much appreciative of our 
employees' work ethic and dedication, but ultimately the Selectmen strive to balance the 
total compensation package provided to our workers with the conditions of the 
prevailing labor market in order to retain and recruit the best possible employees. 

Some of the major accomplishments during the past year include: resolving the 
ownership status of the Old Library; amending the Glendale Facility Regulations to 
ensure that residents and taxpayers do not have to compete with guests for parking 
spaces; and revising the policies and fees for outdoor vendors. Another area the 
Selectmen have worked to improve is the transparency of government along with 
increasing citizen participation in the policy decision-making process. 

Looking ahead to 2010, one of our biggest concerns will be the anticipated final decision 
of the NH Department of Environmental Services regarding the removal of coal tar 
waste residues on Liberty Hill. We remain hopeful that the State will require 100% 
removal of these materials, but the outlook on that prospect is rather bleak. In the end, 
the Selectmen may have to decide whether to sue the State (which is expensive and 
will cause delays in the removal) or accept the opinions of bureaucrats and so-called 



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experts who indicate that public health will be protected by removing 80% and treating 
the remaining 20% on-site. We will keep you informed as the decisions are available. 

Lastly, we'd like to extend a big thank you to all of the citizens of Gilford who volunteer 
their time to make this community a special place. It is through these volunteer efforts 
that our Town is great place to live. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gus Benavides, Kevin Hayes & John O'Brien 



REPORT OF THE TOWN ADMINISTRATOR 

2009 was certainly a year of economic challenges in the world of town administration. 
The past year saw property values continue on a downward trend while most other 
forms of non-property tax revenues were declining and the State found more ways to 
increase the local tax burden. It seems as though every level of the economy was 
impacted by a global recession that is hopefully on its way to recovery. Residents and 
taxpayers of Gilford should take some comfort, however, in knowing that our form of 
government has a foundation of fiscal prudence steeped in the delivery of high quality 
services and ever mindful of our posterity. 

Meanwhile, there has still been much to be thankful for in the Town of Gilford. As a 
relative newcomer, I am still constantly in awe of the wonderful natural and cultural 
resources that are part of our community. Lake Winnipesaukee, Saltmarsh Pond, the 
Belknap Mountain Range, Meadowbrook Pavilion, Gunstock, Glendale, Gilford Hills, the 
Town Beach, Kimball Wildlife Forest, athletic facilities, an airport, business parks, 
shopping centers and a world renowned hospitality industry are just the tip of the 
iceberg. This past summer I saw a rainbow while standing in Lincoln Park, a mile-wide 
grin on the face of my teenage son as he stood for the first time on a wakeboard, and 
the oohs and aahs of the crowd during the Old Home Day firework display. I try not to 
let these moments get lost in the act of budget preparations or the hustle and bustle of 
meeting statutory deadlines and the demands of municipal leadership. 

I feel privileged to be part of the team that works for the Town of Gilford, especially 
those who are willing to lay their lives on the line and our corps of volunteers. We are 
fortunate to have such dedicated people who truly care about this community. My 
thanks go out to everyone who contributes. 

Lastly, I encourage folks to check out our website at www.gilfordnh.org and let us know 
your thoughts (and ideas) about town government operations. 

Respectfully submitted 

Scott J. Dunn, Town Administrator 



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GILFORD APPRAISAL DEPARTMENT 
TOWN APPRAISER'S REPORT 



State law governs the assessing process along with guidelines set forth by the 
Assessing Standards Board (ASB) and Equalization Standards Board (ESB). The 
Selectmen have a primary responsibility to ensure that assessments are proportionate 
each year and that the assessing process and results are consistent with State 
Standards. 

Because personnel performing appraisals for assessing purposes must be certified to 
do so by the State, Selectmen delegate these duties out to qualified persons in the 
Appraisal Department. Beyond appraisal issues, the Selectmen retain authority over all 
legal processes occurring in the Department. 

The assessment process is monitored by the Department of Revenue Administration 
(DRA) under RSA 21 -J throughout the State. This monitoring process involves a DRA 
representative visiting Towns and reviewing all aspects of the assessment process 
including the way assessment updates occur, how applications for exemption and 
veteran credits are processed, how permit work is inspected and so forth. 

Beyond ongoing oversight, every five years ttie DRA 'certifies' municipalities by 
measuring various functions that occur in the Appraisal Department, against State 
Standards. Gilford's last certification occurred in 2004, and this coming year, 2010, we 
are slated for another full certification review. 



2009 Real Estate Market: 



The residential real estate market had been softening over the latter part of 2007 into 
2008. This continued into 2009. As with the previous real estate market crisis in the late 
1980's, Hew Hampshire has not experienced the wholesale declines in market value 
reported in other parts of the country. Nonetheless, the local market has softened 
substantially as compared to the rising values experienced in 2003 through 2006. 

While foreclosure prices and auctions are not normally used in determining current 
market value, foreclosures, combined with uncertain economic times have had the 
effect of slowing the real estate market across the State. Following is a history of 
reported foreclosures occurring in Gilford (these statistics are more accurate than 
previous reports due to changes in transparency reporting): 



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I # of Foreclosures 



2006 



2007 2008 
Year of Occurrence 



2009 



Clearly, 2009 experienced a significant increase in reported foreclosures, more than 
double the number experienced during 2008. Many of these foreclosed properties were 
placed on the market at low rates, competing with normally marketed properties. 

Value Trends 

Resulting value trends (from marketed foreclosures and general market conditions) 
reflect the continued erosion in market value for residential properties. Following are the 
average sales prices over the past 10 years (non-waterfront): 



Gilford Single-Family, non-waterfront Properties: 



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Single Family Sales History - Views and No Views 



$400,000 
$350,000 
$300,000 - 
$250,000 
$200,000 

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$100,000 

$50,000 

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These statistics indicate tliat properties with views are realizing more stability in prices, 
yet overall, prices continue to decline in general for residential properties. 

Equally important in terms of market impact are the numbers of sales occurring. Sales 
volumes for all classes of property are down substantially. For example, isolating just 
single-family, non-waterfront property sales in Gilford, the following arm's-length sales 
were reported over the past ten years: 






Number of Single-Family Sales per Year 




# of Sales 



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Year of Sales 



Overall, while the number of single family homes sold increased slightly over 2008, the 
average selling price of a non-waterfront home in Gilford declined by 6% from 2008 to 
2009. 

The overall decline in the number of sales has an effect on the inventory of properties 
available for sale. Collectively, the market as of year-end 2009, is still exhibiting high 
supply inventory and low demand. It remains to be seen if the increase in the number of 
sales continues into 2010. As can be seen from the previous analyses, when the 
number of sales increase, so do the sales prices. 

However, despite the lower volume of sales, these declines are not in evidence 'across 
the board', as can be seen from the following general statistics: 

Other Statistics (Average Selling Prices): 



Category 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Islands 


$550,000 


$342,600 


$458,100 


$470,000 





Mainland WF 


$835,100 


$853,100 


$746,000 


$872,300 


$1,028,333 


Gov Isle 


$1,537,500 


$1,771,700 


$2,347,500 


$2,604,000 


$3,080,700 


Boat Slips* 


$84,000 


$85,900 


$94,500 


$58,700 


$66,000 



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2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Condos 












WF Related 


$335,600 


$376,300 


$319,700 


$341,200 


$330,200 


Non-WF 


$160,000 


$146,900 


$139,000 


$166,000 


$192,100 



* As with all average calculations, caution must taken before conning to conclusions. 

For example, the sales of boatslips in 2008 and 2009 did not include the larger, 
'high-end' slips whereas they are represented in previous years. 

As shown above, changes in market value were not uniform across the Town. That is, 
some sectors realized more substantial declines and others realized no declines at all. 
as shown above. 

2009 Assessment Update: 

Gilford has an ongoing policy to remain in compliance with RSA 75:8, that is, as the real 
estate market changes, so do the assessments so that the assessments remain 
consistent with the emerging market as of April 1®' of each year and in compliance for 
maintaining 'proportionality' in property assessments annually. 

Changes in the overall market were reflected in the 2009 assessments. This caused the 
overall value of the Town to decrease from 2008. The following illustrates the changes 
in value, by category, from 2008 to 2009 (taken from the MSI report submitted to the 
State)*: 



Category 


2008 


2009 


$Change 


%Change 


Current Use Lands 
Residential Land 
Commercial Land 
Total Lands 


$975,520 

$664,522,100 

$49,506,770 

$715,004,390 


$894,230 
$655,778,490 
$49,342,470 
$706,015,190 


($81,290) 

($8,743,610) 

($164,300) 

($8,989,200) 


-8.33% 
-1 .32% 
-0.33% 
-1 .26% 


Residential Buildings 

Manf Housing 

Commercial 

Buildings 

Total Buildings 


$751,144,500 
$19,848,900 

$90,114,500 
$861,107,900 


$713,477,860 
$19,011,400 

$107,155,080 
$839,644,340 


($37,666,640) 
($837,500) 

$17,040,580 
($21,463,560) 


-5.01% 
-4.22% 

18.91% 
-2.49% 




Public Utilities* 


$6,182,960 


$6,173,830 


($9,130) 


-0.15% 


Elderly Exemptions: 
Blind Exemptions 
Net Exemptions: 


$4,771,100 

$60,000 
$4,831,100 


$3,982,200 

$45,000 
$4,027,200 


($788,900) 
($15,000) 
$435,000 


-16.53% 

-25.00% 

9.00% 


Net Valuation 


$1,577,464,150 


$1,547,806,160 


($29,657,990) 


-1.88% 



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* Not all columns will add correctly due to some exemptions exceeding the assessments 
**Public Utilities are pro-rated by the State for the State Education Tax Rate 

As a result of the assessment update, preliminary statistics indicate that the relationship 
between market value and assessed value (as of 4/1/2009) is 94%. That is to say that 
the new assessments are reflecting 94% of market value as of April 1 , 2009, on 
average. This is a change from 2008, which was 93%. 

Acceptable ratios are between 90% and 110% of market value by current State 
Standards, however, the Town of Gilford strives to remain in the 95% range annually. 

Cycled Inspections: 

Because the Town no longer performs full cycled revaluations (the last 'full' revaluation 
was in 1994), the Selectmen have authorized a 'cycled' inspection process, where each 
year between 20% and 25% of all improved properties are inspected by a staff 
appraiser. In this way, over a 5-year period all properties are inspected. This helps 
ensure that our property data is reasonably accurate and ensures compliance to the 
State Constitution requiring an 'inventory anew at least every 5 years'. 

These cycled inspections are performed by geographic area, although there are some 
exceptions. Following are some of the major reasons appraisal personnel will inspect 
properties: 

■ Active building permit 

■ Recent sale 

■ Abatement request 

■ Taxpayer request 

Since the Town performs 5-year cycled inspections, when a visit is performed for any 
reason, an entire inspection (exterior measurements and interior inspection) is 
performed. This is so the appraisal personnel can then consider the property cycled, 
thereby not re-visiting for another 5 years, regardless of its' geographic location. 

It is important to not confuse 'cycled inspections' with assessment updates. An 
inspection does not necessarily equate to a changed assessment unless data was 
found to be in error (either up or down). A change in assessment due to an assessment 
update occurs to all properties all at the same time. That is, 'inspected' properties are 
treated no differently when it comes to assessment updates. The cycled inspection 
process continues independently of the assessment update process. 

The question has arisen as to why the Town continually performs these assessment 
updates, and not just when the 5-year certification year arrives. Beyond the 
requirements of RSA 75:8 referenced above, performing more frequent updates adjusts 
taxes more incrementally as opposed to all at one time. Consider the following: 

The reason assessments change is because the real estate market changes. If the 
market would simply stand still, then assessments remain the same. If the market 



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changed equally for all properties, then there would be no change in tax dollars paid 
beyond any increases in the annual budget, even if all assessments were increased. 
For example, if all assessments were increased by 10% across the board, the tax rate 
would decrease by 10% and the taxes would remain the same as in the previous year 
(assuming a level budget for both years). 

For illustrative purposes, assume that the net valuation of the Town is one billion dollars 
in assessed value. Also, assume that the Town budget is $10,000,000. The tax rate is 
determined by dividing the amount of taxes to raise by the net assessed value. The 
answer, times 1000, indicates a tax rate of $10.00 per thousand of assessed value. 




$10.00 Tax Rate 



$10,000,000 (revenue to be raised) 



$1,000,000,000 Assessed Value 



If the assessed value were to fall to $750,000,000, the Town still needs to raise the 
authorized $10,000,000. So, dividing the same $10,000,000 by $750,000,000 in net 
assessed value causes the tax rate to increase to $13.33. 




$13.33 Tax Rate 



$10,000,000 (revenue to be raised) 

$750,000,000 Assessed Value 

So, the function of the tax rate is to raise authorized expenditures. The assessed values 
change with the market, and the tax rate fluctuates according to the amount of taxes to 
be raised. 

If property values changed equally, and the budget remained the same as the previous 
year, there would be no change in tax bills. However, as referenced earlier, not all 
market values change equally over the same timeframe. 



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2009 Tax Rate Changes: 

Because the net valuation fell 1 .9% in 2009, the overall tax rate must increase by 1 .9% 
to make up the difference. Beyond this general change the individual components of the 
rate changed based upon the amount of revenues required of each agency, as follows: 



Tax Rates: 


2008 


2009 


$Change 


%Change 


Town 


4.67 


4.79 


0.12 


2.57% 


County 


1.42 


1.52 


0.1 


7.04% 


Local School 


8.43 


8.55 


0.12 


1 .42% 


State School 


2.37 


2.51 


0.14 


5.91% 


Totals 


16.89 


17.37 


0.48 


2.84% 



Exemptions and Tax Credit Information: 

The State administers a program of tax relief entitled LOW & MODERATE INCOME 
HOMEOWNERS PROPERTY TAX RELIEF. This program is administered bv the State 
DRA however we will have forms in the appraisal office to apply. We expect to have the 
forms available in April (the State delivers the forms to us). The filing date is May 1®* 
through June 30*^ of 201 for the 2009 tax year. 

Elderly Exemptions 

To qualify, applicant must: 

■ be 65 years of age or older on or before April 1^' in the year they're applying; 

■ be a New Hampshire resident for at least 3 years prior to April V\ 

• total household income cannot exceed $25,000 if single, or $35,000 if married. 

■ all sources of income are included. 

■ total assets cannot exceed $90,000. Assets do not include the value of the 
house and up to 2 acres of land that the house sits on. All other property would 
be included. 

If qualified, the exemptions are as follows: 

■ ages 65 to 74 - $45,000 is subtracted from the assessment and taxes are paid 
on the remainder. 

■ ages 75 to 79 - $60,000 is subtracted from the assessment and taxes are paid 
on the remainder. 

■ ages 80 and over - $75,000 is subtracted from the assessment and taxes are 
paid on the remainder. 

Blind Exemption 

To qualify, applicant must: 

■ be a New Hampshire resident for at least 1 year prior to April 1^' in the year 
exemption is claimed. 

■ be legally blind as determined by the administrator of blind services and provide 



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a letter stating such. 
If qualified, the exemption is as follows: 

■ $15,000 will be deducted from the assessment and taxes will be paid on the 
remainder. 

Veteran's Tax Credit: 

To qualify, applicant must: 

■ be a New Hampshire resident for at least 1 year prior to April 1^' in the year 
the credit is claimed. 

■ have honorably served at least 90 consecutive days of active duty during a 
qualifying period 

■ Supply a copy of paperwork (DD-214, for example) showing date of entry, 
date of discharge, and character of service. 

Service Connected Total Disability Tax Credit 

If applying for service connected total disability tax credit, disability must be 100% total 
and permanent, must be service-connected with a letter from the veteran's 
administration to be supplied at the time of application. 
If qualified, the exemption is as follows: 

■ $500 will be deducted from the taxes for a standard veteran credit, and $2,000 

for a veteran with a service connected total and permanent disability. 

Veteran Spouse or Widow: 

To qualify, applicant must: 

• Demonstrate that the spouse or deceased veteran met all requirements for 
Veterans Tax Credit (referenced above), and, 

• Has not remarried. 

• The surviving spouse of any veteran killed or died while on active duty, as listed 
in RSA 72:28, providing that the spouse or widow has not remarried. 

Our office is available at any time to discuss these local exemptions such as elderly 
exemptions, or tax credits such as veterans credits. We are also available for 
scheduling meetings to discuss any aspect of the assessing process. We encourage all 
taxpayers to take an opportunity to review the information on file for your property, and 
to bring questions or discrepancies to our attention if they are found . 

We extend our gratitude to the administration for their continuing guidance and support 
and helpful fellow Town employees. Most importantly we wish to thank the taxpayers of 
our Town for the patience and courtesies extended to us over the year. We look forward 
to providing you with assistance in any way we can. 



Respectfully, 

Wil Corcoran, Town Appraiser 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK-TAX COLLECTOR 

2009 was a quiet election year - especially coming off of the 2008 Presidential Election 
year. In March, there was a Deliberative "First Session" and Town/School "Second 
Session" voting. You will find the minutes to the meeting/election results within this 
annual report. We said goodbye to three of our long term Election Officials, Wayne 
Snow, Assistant Moderator; Shirley Snow, Inspector of Elections and Rutha "Betty" 
Helfrich, Inspector of Elections - Thank you your many years of service and dedication 
to the Town of Gilford. We appreciated help from Peter Millham, Moderator; Barbara 
Carey and Diane Tinkham, Inspector of elections. We welcomed new comers Donna 
Mooney, Inspector of Elections; Evelyn Bray, Inspector of Elections; Doris MacHaffie, 
Inspector of Elections, Alternate and Claire Stinson, Inspector of Elections, Alternate. I 
would like to express gratitude to all the Election Officials for all your support during the 
election process. 

The biggest change was seen in motor vehicle registrations. This year was the 
implementation of a state surcharge to most registrations beginning on August 1®*. The 
legislative change allows for the DMV to add a surcharge to most registrations for two 
years. This change is intended to offset the lack of revenue due to a descending 
economy and anticipated revenues not meeting expectations. You will notice that the 
state fees almost doubled in the amount to be paid. 

The Town Clerk - Tax Collector's Office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & 
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. & Thursday's 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. If you are unable to 
make our regular business hours you may contact the office directly to set up an after 
hours appointment or look to the website ( www.gilfordnh.org ) for information and to 
process registrations (renewals only, some restrictions apply) dog licenses (renewals 
only, some restrictions apply), Tax payments and utility payments (current bills only). 
Tax liens will not be available online as NH law restricts the authority for redemptions. I 
am just completing the online access to these programs as this annual report becomes 
available. You will notice that there are extra fees associated with online payments. 
Some of these fees are charged by the vendor as it is a pay as you go program - no up 
front cost to the town for using the software. Although we are offering these new 
services as a convenience to you we still hope that you will take the time to come in for 
walk-in service. We enjoy seeing you instead of just processing your papenA/ork. I 
understand that you may need some flexibility for the times that you are unable to come 
into the office and I am committed to offering you these alternatives. 

Although you will indeed enjoy some of these online features they do come with 
restrictions and you should call the office directly (527-4713) if you experience any 
problems with the program. Online processing must be done using your checking 
account information only (routing number & account number). You can not use a 
savings account, debit card or credit card at this time. You may find that other 
towns/cities in this state are currently using ACH/Debit cards, credit cards and other 
payment methods. These payment methods have been personally researched and 
considered but are not beneficial to Gilford citizens at this time. I have also considered 



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the one-check method of payment where you would write one check to the Town of 
Gilford for town and state fees on the registration - again some towns/cities are offering 
this. Unfortunately, there are a few problems with this system. The first problem is that 
the Town would have to "front" the State DMV their daily funds - which doesn't sound 
like a big deal; until a check gets returned for insufficient funds. When this happens the 
Town would be out their registration fees as well as the money that was "fronted" to the 
State until the citizen reimbursed the town for the returned check - this can take some 
time. Secondly, the DMV sometimes has credits and short slips on their online system 
which would require us to use manual form of bookkeeping - sounds like a nightmare 
and if there is one thing that I am very particular on it is the bookkeeping and auditing 
practices in this office! As far as credit cards go - the town would have to charge 2.75% 
to each transaction that you charge. The last thing I want to do is add fees to your 
taxes, registrations etc. Unlike retail stores the towns can not absorb the cost into a 
product - therefore, you the taxpayers get charged the additional fees directly as you 
use the card. Visa and Master card both have unique characteristics and fee schedules 
attached to them and could prove to be inconvenient at this time. I'm not saying that 
these payment options won't be available in the future - what I am saying is that they 
are not available now and the way that fees would have to be charged implementation 
would be a poor choice of service for you at this time. We receive many calls asking the 
types of payments that this office will accept and for now it's still the old fashioned 
checks and/or cash. What I want you to know is that I am constantly looking for ways 
to improve service to you - weighing the pros and the cons in each situation - keeping 
in mind good bookkeeping practices. 

On a personal note: Jennifer Mooney, Deputy Town Clerk - Tax Collector received the 
New Hampshire Certified Deputy Tax Collector (NHCDTC) title in August. I received 
the Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) title from the International Institute Municipal Clerks 
in October. 

I would like to take a moment to thank each and every member of my staff for their 
support and hard work again this year. They are dedicated to the citizens of Gilford and 
are eager to assist you (and me) everyday. I am very proud of the personal service that 
they provide to you each and every day. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Denise A. Morrissette, CMC 

NHCTC 

Town Clerk - Tax Collector 



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REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE 

Despite slowdowns in the real estate and development markets, the Department of 
Planning and Land Use (DPLU) was busy through 2009 with several significant 
commercial developments and remodels. Among these are the large remodel and 
addition to the Gilford Community Church, which was completed in 2009, completion of 
Marriott's TownePlace Suites hotel, continued finish work within the expanded 
Orthopedic Professional Association's medical offices, and completion of a medical 
office building in the Lakes Business Park. Residential development was marked by an 
increase in the number of remodels and additions and a reduction in permits for new 
construction. 

The Historic District and Heritage Commission achieved another milestone this year by 
adopting in June a complete revision of its Design Guidelines and Regulations. The 
Commission received help from Elizabeth Durfee Hengen of Concord in preparing the 
regulations, and ultimately used the Town of Hollis historic district regulations as a 
model. Many commissioners over the past several years contributed ideas, time, and 
work to the revision and their assistance is greatly appreciated. 

The Conservation Commission continued working through the year preparing a Natural 
Resource Inventory (NRI) with the donated assistance of Nancy Rendall of Blue Moon 
Environmental, Inc. The NRI has taken a little longer to complete than originally 
expected, but the Commission hopes to complete it in early 2010. Preparation of an 
NRI was a goal of the 2004 Master Plan and should serve as an effective basis and 
guide for future planning and conservation efforts. 

The Planning Board held a few extra work sessions late in the year in an effort to 
prepare a Workforce Housing zoning ordinance amendment for the 2010 ballot. The 
bulk of the work was provided by Steve Whitman, AlCP, of Jeffrey H. Taylor & 
Associates, Inc., a pre-qualified Inclusionary Zoning Implementation Program (iZIP) 
consultant. The Town received an IZIP grant from the New Hampshire Housing 
Finance Authority (NHHFA) to help with preparation and adoption of a workforce 
housing ordinance. Passage of this new ordinance will not only allow the Town to 
comply with state law, but it will also provide an ongoing reasonable and realistic 
opportunity for development of housing that is affordable to residents in a more average 
income range such as school teachers, police and fire workers, and others with 
moderate incomes who are generally viewed as constituting the core of the community's 
workforce, but who are often forced to live elsewhere due to higher real estate costs 
locally. 

The following table illustrates the work performed during 2009 by the DPLU office staff 
and the land use boards and commissions for which the department provides staff 
support: 

I. OFFICE STAFF 

1. Building Code Administration 



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1 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Building Permits 


259 


265 


296 


204 


199 


Plumbing/Elect. Permits 


259 


255 


610 


217 


209 


Sign Permits 


22 


16 


13 


21 


20 


Demolition Permits 


36 


39 


28 


17 


13 


TOTAL PERMITS*: 


576 


575 


947 


459 


441 



* In 2009 eliminated tracking of Miscellaneous Permits and removed from previous years' totals. 

Of the 199 building permits issued, 20 were commercial building permits and 20 were for single- 
family homes. Of the 20 single-family homes, 6 were knock-down/rebuild homes, and 14 were 
actual "new construction". 

2. Declared Value of All Construction 



2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


TOTAL VALUE: $23, 1 60,457 


$29,101,882 


$37,438,209 


$24,257,464 


$12,266,793 


3. Department Revenues 










2005* 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Permit Fees (BIdg., PI., El., etc.) 


$107,604 


$73,773 


$54,150 


$29,288 


Planning Board & ZBA Fees 


$ 19,234 


$10,024 


$ 9,869 


$9,034 


Vendor Permit Fees 


$ 5,495 


$10,525 


$ 8,050 


$10,379 


Glendale Barge Loading Permits** 








$1,450 


TOTAL REVENUES: 


$132,333 


$ 94,322 


$72,069 


$50,151 



*Prior to 2006 Department Revenues were not tracked in the Annual Report. 
**Prior to 2009 Glendale Barge Loading Permits were issued by DPW. 



4. Code Enforcement Activity 










2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Inspections 1042 


1069 


1319 


888 


798 


Zoning Enforce. 109 


147 


156 


177 


182 


TOTAL INSP.: 1,151 


1,216 


1,475 


1,065 


980 



II. PLANNING BOARD 



Membership 








Chair 




Polly Sanfacon 




Vice-Chair 




John Morgenstern 




Secretary 




Richard Waitt 




Selectmen Rep. 




Kevin Hayes 




Regular Members 




Jerry Gagnon 
Richard Vaillancourt 
Richard Sonia 




Alternate Members 




Carolyn Scattergood 
David Arnst 
Andrew Garfinkle 
Wayne Hall 
Dennis Corrigan 




Board Action 


2005 


2006 


2007 


Site Plan Rev. 


20 


13 


20 


Subdiv. Reviews 


19 


14 


17 


Master Sign. Plans 


2 


1 


2 


TOTAL CASES: 


41 


28 


39 


III. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 













Term Expires 

4/10 
4/12 
4/12 

4/11 
4/10 
4/11 
4/12 
4/10 
4/12 
4/12 
4/12 

2008 

22 
12 

34 



2009 

25 

18 

2 

45 



25 



Membership 








Term Expires 




Chair 


Andrew Howe 






4/11 




Vice-Chair 


Scott Davis 






4/12 




Regular Members 


Charles Boucher 




4/10 


- 




Robert Dion 






4/12 






Ellen Mulligan 






4/12 




Alternates 


Connie Grant 
Mark Corry 






4/12 
4/12 




Board Action 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Special Exceptions 












Granted/Denied 


8/1 


12/0 


6/1 


7/0 


7/0 


Variances 












Granted/Denied 


8/1 


6/0 


3/1 


8/3 


5/0 


Appeal of Admin. Decision 












Granted/Denied 


0/1 


1/0 


1/1 


2/1 


0/2 


Rehearings 












Granted/Denied 


0/1 


0/0 


0/1 


0/3 


0/1 


Equitable Waiver 












Granted/Denied 


1/0 


1/0 


0/0 


1/0 


2/0 


Withdrawn 


1 


2 


9 


2 


1 


TOTAL CASES: 


22 


22 


23 


27 


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IV. HISTORIC DISTRICT AND HERITAGE COMMISSION 


Term Expires 




IVIembership 








Chair 


Troy Schrupp 






4/11 




Selectmen Rep. 


Gus Benavides 










Planning Board Rep. 


Richard Waitt 






4/12 




Regular Members 


Julianne McConnell, Secretary 




4/10 






Mary Curtis 






4/12 






Carmel Lancia 






4/10 




Alternates 


Carole Hopper 






4/12 




Commission Action 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2009 


Cases Reviewed 


11 


13 


19 


13 


13 


V. CONSERVATION COMMISSION 










IVIembership 








Term Expires 




Chair 


John Goodhue 






4/12 




Vice Chair 


Lee Duncan 






4/10 




Regular Members 


Douglas Hill 
Tom Drouin 
Larry Routhier 
Charles Coons 






4/10 
4/11 
4/11 
4/11 






Everett McLaughlin 




4/12 




Alternate Members 


Donald Sibson 
Rudy Lehr 
Carole Hall 
Terry Stewart 






4/11 
4/11 
4/12 
4/12 






Paula McDonald 




4/10 





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Commission Action 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 

Cases Reviewed 21 51 42 34 51 

All the land use boards saw notable changes In membership during the year. In 2008, 
Scott Davis rejoined the Zoning Board of Adjustment as a much-needed alternate after 
taking a brief hiatus from the board. In 2009, Mr. Davis became a regular ZBA member 
again with the departures of long-time ZBA members Don Chesebrough and Pat 
Labonte. Also added to the ZBA were Ellen Mulligan as a regular member, and Connie 
Grant and Mark Corry as alternates. Richard Sonia rejoined the Planning Board as a 
regular member, Carolyn Scattergood changed to an alternate member, John 
Morgenstern became Vice Chairman, and Dennis Corrigan, Andrew Garfinkle, and 
Wayne Hall were all added to the Planning Board as new alternates. Carole Hopper 
was added to the Histohc District and Heritage Commission as an alternate, and Terry 
Stewart was appointed as an alternate on the Conservation Commission. 

Our sincere thanks go out to the members of our land use boards and commissions as 
they sacrifice many hours and even years in volunteer service to our community. 
Without them, this important work would not get done. 

I extend my thanks to the department staff- David Andrade, Building Inspector/Code 
Enforcement Officer for 14 years, Stephanie Verdile Philibotte, Technical Assistant for 4 
years, and Sandra Hart, Secretary for 5 years - for their valuable and dedicated service 
to the Town. They not only help keep the applications moving through the office in a 
timely and accurate way, they provide meaningful, quality work that helps make living, 
working, shopping, recreating, and almost everything else that one can do in Gilford, a 
safer and more enjoyable experience! 

Respectfully submitted, 

John B. Ayer, AlCP 

Director of Planning and Land Use 



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LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION 

103 Main Street, Suite #3 

IVIeredith, NH 03253 

tel (603) 279-8171 

fax (603) 279-0200 

www.lakesrpc.otg 



,— 111111 nil 
■^ 1 1 1 1 1 1 nil 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mil 


.■.":E^^ 


L R P 


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REPORT OF THE LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION 

The Lakes Region continues to grow and evolve. As our economy and world change, 
so does the work we are engaged in. The Lakes Region Planning Commission (LRPC) 
is an organization established according to state law to provide area communities and 
the region with the capacity to respond to and shape the pressures of change in a 
purposeful way. With a service area covering over 1,200 square miles in Belknap, 
Carroll, Grafton and Merrimack Counties, the LRPC provides a wide range of planning 
services to member municipalities. The Commission offers direct and support services 
including technical assistance, geographic information systems, transportation planning, 
land use, environmental planning, hazard planning and economic development. Local, 
state, and federal resources primarily fund the LRPC. We also maintain a regular 
dialogue with state agencies as a resource for the entire Lakes Region. Our overall 
goal is to provide support, knowledge, and leadership to the governments, businesses, 
and citizens of the Lakes Region. 

Some of the services provided on behalf of the town of Gilford and the region in the past 
fiscal year are noted below: 



LOCAL 



Initiated aerial photo interpretation of the town's land use as part of a land use 
update for communities within the Lake Winnipesaukee watershed. 

Provided copies of the NH Planning and Land Use Regulations to the town at 
considerable savings. 



LAND USE 



Responded daily to requests from local communities for land use, transportation, 
environmental, and other information and guidance. 

Prepared master plans, capital improvement programs, local emergency 
operations plans, zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations, and related 
services for several communities. 



• Maintained circuit rider planning services 
assistance with development proposals. 



for municipalities interested in 



Organized and facilitated a discussion on the development of local impact fee 
methodologies at the Pines Community Center in Northfield. 



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• Contributed to the preparation of tine award winning Innovative Land Use (ILU) 
Guidance resource document and ILU Mapper. 

• Received funding from the Pardee Foundation to conduct Smart Growth Audits 
(SGA) for selected communities. 

• Organized and hosted three public Municipal Law Lectures, in cooperation with 
the NH Local Government Center: 1) Constitutional Issues in Land Use 
Regulations; 2) The Five Variance Criteria in the 21^' Century; and 3) What Do 
You Do When They Stop Building? Vested Rights, Modified Approvals, Violations 
and Revocation. 

TRANSPORTATION 

• Conducted over 150 traffic and turning movement counts around the region. 

• Attended and hosted the Governor's Advisory Commission on Intermodal 
Transportation (GACIT) meeting. 

• Convened many meetings of the LRPC Transportation Technical Advisory 
Committee (TAC) to enhance local involvement in regional transportation 
planning and project development. 

• Prepared a 2009 Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) Process Guide for 
distribution to our communities. Submitted regional transportation priorities for 
consideration by the NH Department of Transportation (NHDOT). 

• Completed the NH Route 28 Corridor Safety Study, and acquired best 
management skills using Road Surface Management Systems (RSMS) software. 

PUBLIC FACILITIES GOAL: 

• Modified and improved Community Facilities standard maps. Updated maps are 
posted to LRPC. 

HOUSING 

• Drafted a process to conduct a Workforce Housing Audit to help communities 
determine if their planning regulations and laws are in compliance with the 
Workforce Housing law. 

• Contributed to statewide sessions and participated on housing needs 
assessment methods. 

• Participated in workforce housing forums with the Work Here, Live Here 
Committee, and the Eastern Lakes Region Housing Coalition. 



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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

• Continue to work with area economic development groups including Belknap 
County Economic Council (BCEDC), Grafton County Economic Development 
Council (GCEDC), Franklin Business and Industrial Development Corporation 
(FBDIC), and the Wentworth Economic Development Council (WEDCO). 

• Completed the Lakes Region Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy 
(CEDS), A Plan for Sustainable Progress, and submitted it to the U.S. Economic 
Development Administration (EDA) for acceptance. 

• Coordinated an Economics Day for Leadership Lakes Region and co-presented 
the Lakes Region Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) to 
attendees. 

• Applied for and received a three year $400,000 Brownfields grant from the U.S. 
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The funds will be used to conduct 
several site assessments and environmental site characterizations. 

• Completed a Phase I Lakes Region Broadband Study to determine the extent 
and capacity of existing broadband service. 

• Planned and facilitated the third Lakes Region Energy Alliance meeting. The 
Alliance is a consortium of local energy committees brought together to share 
ideas and activity. 

• Completed the 2009 Development Trends Report and distributed it to all Lakes 
Region municipalities and many other stakeholders. 



NATURAL RESOURCES 

• Collaborated with other planning commissions to present water resources 
ordinances for the Regional Environmental Planning Program (REPP) at the Fall 
Planning Conference. 

• Received a Source Water Protection Grant contract from the New Hampshire 
Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) to work with the Green 
Mountain Conservation Group (GMCG) and several municipalities on behalf of 
ground water protection in the Ossipee aquifer. 

• Received a notice of award from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration (NCAA) for additional Winnipesaukee watershed planning. 
Continue to work with several partners on the Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed 
Management Plan (LWWMP). 



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• Continue to represent the region at meetings of the Lal<es Region Household 
Hazardous Product Facility to explore the ways and means the facility may 
encourage other communities to participate. 

• Received support through the NH Department of Environmental Services 
(NHDES) and the federal American Recovery and Revitalization Act (ARRA) to 
continue work on the Pemigewasset Watershed Co-occurrence Model. 

• Continue to organize and coordinate two annual Household Hazardous Waste 
(HHW) collections a year, involving 23 member communities. 

UTILITY AND PUBIC SERVICE GOAL: 

• Presented the lakesrpc.org/energv website to partner groups, municipalities, and 
agencies throughout the state, as part of the Lakes Region Energy Alliance. 

NATURAL HAZARDS 

• Completed several Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) updates, and Local Emergency 
Operations Plans (LEOPs). 

REGIONAL CONCERNS 

• Convened six Commission meetings that featured a range of topics, ranging from 
the NH Rail Transit Authority, proposed legislation, Transportation 
Plans/Projects, NH Water Resources Primer and Survey, and a public hearing on 
the roles communities should have in regulating large ground water withdrawals. 

• Met with the Legislative Policy Committee of the NH Association of Regional 
Planning Commission (NHARPC) to review and make recommendations on over 
70 bills and legislative requests. 

• Conducted outreach and provided assistance at the Geographic Information 
System (GIS) workshops offered in Laconia. Attended 2010 Census training. 

• Met with PlusTimeNH staff to discuss the possibilities for learning opportunities 
for high school students in the region. 

• Maintain and host LRPC's website, www.lakesrpc.org , for current regional 
planning activities and events. 



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BELKNAP RANGE CONSERVATION COALITION ANNUAL REPORT 



The Belknap Range Conservation Coalition (BRCC) is a non-profit organization whose 
mission is to promote the conservation of open space, responsible stewardship, and low 
impact public enjoyment of scenic, natural, recreational and historical resources of the 
Belknap Mountain Range. Participating members include individuals from the conservation 
commissions in the project towns of Alton, Belmont, Gilford and Gilmanton, the Gilford Land 
Conservation Task Force, as well as dedicated individuals such as Dave Roberts, who also 
share an avid interest in the many resources that the Belknap Range provides. 
Conservation organizations with participating members include: UNH Cooperative 
Extension: Society for the Protection of NH Forests: Lakes Region Conservation Trust; 
Belknap County Sportsmen's Association: Gilmanton Land Trust: Lakes Region Planning 
Commission and the Belknap County Conservation District. 

Along with working to protect the large unfragmented block of land encompassing the 
Belknap Mountain Range, the BRCC also educates the public about the significance of the 
resources of the Belknap Mountain Range; develops, promotes, and implements methods 
and strategies for ensuring the long-term protection and responsible stewardship of these 
resources; and promotes opportunities for low impact public enjoyment and recreation. 

The BRCC strives to facilitate cooperation and communication among conservation 
organizations, municipalities, other governmental entities and landowners, and helps 
coalition member secure funding, technical assistance and other resources for carrying out 
programs in support of this mission. 

The BRCC continued to make important organization strides during 2009 after completing 
the necessary steps to organize with the State of New Hampshire as a non-profit. The 
Directors met monthly during the 2009 year. The monthly meetings offer important 
opportunities for members to share information about parcels within the focus area, A 
highlight of 2009 was that on October 1 1 , 2009, the BRCC hosted information booths in the 
Mt. Major parking lot and at the summit with information about the Belknap Range, its trails 
and its conservation lands, A large map of the Belknap Mountain Range and annotated 
photographs were available for viewing. Maps of the Belknap Range and of Mount Major 
were made available for purchase. Information was made available about the hiking patch 
sponsored by the Belknap County Sportsmen's Association. During 2009, the BRCC 
participated in conserving 1 14 acres of land within the project focus area. The BRCC also 
continues working on updating the GIS maps for the Belknap Mountain Range. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Russell J. Wilder. Chair 



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REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

2009 was a year of transition for the Police Department. Most notable of transitions 
were the retirennents of Lieutenant Edison Cowing and Executive Secretary Judith 
Morgan. 

Lieutenant Cowing started his law enforcement career here in 1983 as a patrol officer 
and rose through the ranks during his years here. Executive Secretary Morgan began 
her career in Gilford working at the Department of Public Works in 1972. In 1988, she 
was transferred to the Police Department to serve as the Police Chiefs Secretary. Both 
of these individuals brought many years of experience and dedication to the town and 
both will be missed. 

With these retirements, opportunity for other members of the Department opened. 
Corey O'Connor was promoted to the rank of Patrol Sergeant and Communications 
Specialist Tessa Stevens became the Executive Secretary. With the opening of a 
Communications Specialist position, we welcomed back a seasoned veteran Charlene 
Crowell to the staff. 

We also promoted Eric Bredbury from Detective to Corporal Prosecutor and transferred 
Field Training Officer Christopher Jacques to Detective. Officers Doug Wall and Dan 
O'Neill were made Field Training Officers for the Department. 

Two Patrol Officer openings were filled by Janero Sankey and Adam VanSteensburg. 

Some of the more notable cases the Department worked on in 2009: 

> Officer Kelly Stiegler apprehended a convicted sex offender who was wanted by 
Manchester Police 

> Several members of the Police, Fire, and School handled a bus accident on 
Gilford Avenue 

> School Resource Officers Holly Harris and Doug Wall continued their DARE 
teachings and the Bike Rodeo 

> Several members handled a tragic plane crash on Lake Street during Motorcycle 
week 

> Officers Wall, Stiegler, O'Neill, Detective Jacques, and Sgt. Kelley were involved 
in the apprehension of three individuals in the theft of a safe from Beans N' 
Greens 

> Agbar once again tracked a suspect who burglarized a residence on Cumberland 
Road and an arrest was made 

> Sgt. O'Connor and FTO Wall apprehended a burglar breaking into a residence 
on Hoyt Road 

> Several officers were involved in the break in of vehicles at Meadowbrook. With 
the assistance of Tilton, Concord, and Newington Police, arrests were made in 
connection with these break ins. 



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We continue to provide the most professional service we can to tlie community and asl< 
for your continued support in 2010. For those who are interested in l<eeping abreast of 
the latest information regarding any cases such as missing children, traffic issues, 
public safety issues... we encourage you to register yourself at www.nixle.com . 

We thank all the Town Departments for their support and help the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Markland, Chief of Police 



Gilford Police Department 

Activity Report 

December 31, 2009 





2008 


2009 








Telephone Calls Received 


18,356 


16,565 


Outgoing Telephone Calls 


5,613 


4,625 


Calls for Service 


14,857 


14,553 


Criminal Homicide 








Forcible Rape 


1 





Robbery 





1 


Aggravated Assault 


5 





Burglary 


31 


30 


Larceny 


213 


184 


Auto Theft 


4 


11 


Simple Assault 


63 


73 


Arson 


1 


1 


Embezzlement 








Criminal Mischief 


104 


101 


Prostitution 


1 


1 


Drug Offense 


36 


51 


Gambling 








Driving While Intoxicated 


57 


47 


Intoxication 


51 


69 


Parking Tickets 


410 


460 


Accidents 


276 


260 


Traffic Stops 


1,915 


1,804 


Total Arrests 


295 


346 



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REPORT OF THE 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Reflecting back on 2009, Public Works, once again, managed through its 
numerous tasks and ended the year satisfied with its accomplishments. 

HIGHWAY DIVISION: 

Within the Highway Division, much time this past year was spent 
inspecting, repairing and cleaning many locations that had some sort of drainage 
issues that needed attention. We spent most of the summer, with a rented 
machine, working in the area of Gunstock Acres. Along with this work, we 
replaced and repaired culverts in preparation for another wet summer. Two new 
employees have fit in well with our organization. We wish to welcome Mr. Robert 
Beaulieu as our newest laborer. Also new to our ranks is Mr. Michael Ainsworth 
one of our four truck drivers. Both are doing a splendid job and we welcome 
them. The remainder of the crew have also stepped up and shared in the 
responsibility of maintaining our town roads in the best condition possible. We 
were fortunate to be able to, once again, pave several roads in various 
neighborhoods. Hopefully, with the new pavement and drainage repairs, these 
roads will last the community for many years to come. 

SOLID WASTE / RECYCLING DIVISION: 

Interestingly, if you chart solid waste as we do, you will note that as the 
economy changes, so does what people throw away. With this past year's 
depressed economy, we saw less rubbish being generated. In the following 
chart you will see a rather dramatic drop in tonnage shipped to the Penacook 
incinerator. 



HL 



2005 



2006 2007 



2008 2009 



(the following figures are in tons) 



Trash shipped to incinerator 7022 7469 6839 6406 5514 



Aluminum / tin cans recycled 


5.37 


3.67 


5.03 


6.20 


7.08 


Newspaper / paper recycled 


101.41 


95.45 


93.07 


118.45 


114.45 


Plastics "l &*2 ■ 


— 


— 


— 


17.56 


25.03 


Combined glass recycled 


43.00 


44.00 


54.00 


83.00 


94.0 


Total tonnage recycled 


149.78 


143.12 


152.10 


225.21 


240.56 



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We are eagerly awaiting the single stream recycling effort that the 27 
community cooperative, of which we are one, is proposing in the coming months. 
Not only will this expand what we are able to throw into recycling, it will greatly 
reduce the need of homeowners having to separate and store several different 
containers at a time. We are in hopes of having additional information on this 
soon but, in the meantime, with these important decisions looming over us, it 
would be most beneficial to have some interested citizens helping us review our 
present solid waste operations and perhaps offer some direction to the Board of 
Selectmen as to the course that our recycling and solid waste should take. If 
interested, please contact our office @ 527-4778 to express your support and 
perhaps lend a few hours helping us prepare for our future. 

BUILDING & GROUNDS DIVISION: 

For those wondering, our custodians. Dee Chitty & Jim Dinan, do most of 
our seasonal decorating. These two custodians remain extremely busy 
managing our various town buildings and grounds. 

ADMINISTRATION & SEWER DIVISIONS: 

The following chart reflects our administrative activity this past year: 

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 

Public Sewer Hookups 20 24 49 12 9* 

Driveway permits issued 108 90 98 68 53 

Dig & Trench permits issued 17 22 32 28 24 

Request for Action processed 88 148 120 187 179 

* 3 new connections & 6 rehabilitations 

At this point I always wonder the best way to end our department's report. 
While we appreciate the support and dedication of our town departments, 
commissions and boards, we are especially grateful to all of you, our residents, 
for your support. We will continue to work on your behalf, to make living in 
Gilford as enjoyable and meaningful as possible. 



Respectfully submitted, 




Sheldon C. Morgan 
Director of Public Works 



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REPORT OF THE FIRE - RESCUE DEPARTMENT 

On behalf of the men and wonnen of the Gilford Fire-Rescue Department, I would 
like to thank the people of Gilford for their overwhelming support during 2009. I 
would also like to offer a huge thank you to the men and women of the Gilford 
Fire-Rescue Department for the dedication that is continuously displayed, as they 
provide both emergency and non-emergency services throughout the community. 

This past year for the Department, has been like that of many people in the 
community; a mix of good times and sorrows; fortunately the good times out 
weigh the sad, and for that we are grateful. We hired several new call company 
personnel during this past year and they have been a great addition to the 
Department. Changes in personnel within the Call Company is a common 
occurrence as people move away and life circumstances change, that limit their 
ability to continue serving as Call Firefighters and EMTs. Fortunately we have 
had a small waiting list of people that wish to serve the community as members 
of the Fire-Rescue Department and the vacancies are usually short lived. Along 
with that desire to serve, comes the commitment of many hours spent in training 
during their first year of employment, in order to be ready to work in a safe and 
efficient manner. 

Recognition of effort and achievement is a vital part of keeping morale at a high 
level. In April, the Department held its third annual Awards Night. The Awards 
Night is a pot-luck dinner for all Department members and their families as well 
as special guests. This year several past members of the department were in 
attendance and all were treated to a reminiscent history story by Honorable 
Judge David O. Huot, who is a former member. Retired Deputy Chief Richard 
Ballou was recognized for his years of service to the Gilford Fire Department, as 
was Richie Stuart, for his service of over thirty years as a Deputy Forest Fire 
Warden. This year Lt. Nick Mercuri was honored as the EMS Provider of Year 
2009. Nick Proulx received the Firefighter of Year 2009 award and Deputy Chief 
Beland received the Fire Officer of the Year award for 2009. Lt. Nick Mercuri and 
Firefighters Scott Mooney, Brain Blanchette, Nick Proulx and Jeremy Bonan 
were presented a Unit Citation for actions they took at a fatal boating accident of 
Diamond Island. 

This Department holds as a core belief that the vast majority of our time is to be 
spent either handling emergency calls or preparing to handle emergency calls. 
That mindset directs our activities toward training, equipment maintenance and 
incident preplanning. Over 4,500 man-hours have been spent this past year 
training on everything from basic firefighting and EMS skills to leadership 
development to technical rescue skills. We have also put in numerous hours 
conducting residential and commercial fire safety inspections and public safety 
education, ranging from heating safety and fire extinguisher use to child 
passenger safety. 



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The training this Department does develops the skills used every day in the more 
routine emergency calls we handle, as well as prepares us to handle those larger 
fire incidents and the more difficult EMS calls and accidents that occur. With the 
authorization from the Board of Fire Engineers and approval from the Board of 
Selectmen, the Department members have undertaken a project to develop a 
fire/rescue training facility at the site of the Town's Recycling Center on Kimball 
Road. The plan is to erect a steel structure that can be used for multiple training 
scenarios, under simulated fire conditions, with smoke and limited live fire. This 
project is being funded completely through monetary donations and grants and 
donated materials and labor. The goal is to have the facility operational by the 
end of 2010. If you would like to donate to this project, please call the Fire 
Department at (603) 527-4758 and we will be happy to inform you how to make a 
donation. The Department has held a spaghetti supper and a pancake breakfast, 
as fund raisers so far, and while they did not raise large sums of money, they did 
provide us a wonderful opportunity to connect with many of you. We are planning 
several other major funding raising events for the up coming year, so be 
watching! 

Several building maintenance and improvement projects were planned for 2009 
and typically, unexpected repairs would result in some or all of these planned 
projects not being completed. Despite the unexpected repairs and the difficult 
economic situation, we were able to complete all of the planned projects, due to 
the cooperative efforts of the Public Works Department, the Buildings & Grounds 
staff, many talented members of this department and the generous assistance 
from Gator Signs; Bonnet, Page & Stone and Lowe's Home Improvement Store. 
The lettering on the front of the station was reinstalled; an overhead door into a 
storage area was removed and replaced with more functional swinging doors, as 
well as a window for natural lighting. An upgrade to the lighting and a ceiling 
mounted LCD projector were completed in the training room. The kitchen and 
day room received a complete renovation including new kitchen cabinets. The 
bulk of the cabinets and materials were donated by Lowes, with the rest being 
purchased by a donation. Both of these projects were completed by Department 
members. A door way was cut through a concrete wall from the apparatus bay 
into the hose tower and was then framed in with a wall/window assembly, which 
provides not only access for getting hose directly in and out of the tower, but a 
multi-use training prop at the same time. Upgrades to the heating system and 
domestic water pressure were also accomplished because of money saved on 
these other projects. Repairs were also made to the front driveway ramp under 
the direction of the Public Works Department. Many people contributed time, 
talent and materials to completing all of these projects with a budget that couldn't 
possibly cover them all. 



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Again, I would like to thank you, the residents of the Town of Gilford, for the 
support that you have given this department. We stand ready to provide service 
to you whenever it is needed. We are here for your benefit so please feel free to 
stop by the Station and visit, or call (527-4758) if you have any questions. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James R. Hayes 
Chief of Department 

William Akerley, Chairman 
Board of Fire Engineers 



Philip Brouillard 



2009 ACTIVITY SUMMARY 



Don Spear 



Structure Fires 


37 


Medical Emergencies 


623 


Grass/Brush Fires 


8 


Motor Vehicle Accidents 


74 


Vehicle Fires 


6 


Misc. Medical/Rescue Calls 


38 


Misc. Fire Conditions 


6 







Total Fire Incidents 



57 



Total Medical Incidents 



735 



Service Calls 


84 


System Malfunctions 


50 


Hazardous Conditions 


65 


Malicious False Alarms 


4 


Good Intent Call 


174 


Unintentional False Alarms 


110 


Total Misc. Incidents 


323 


Total Alarm Activations 


164 



Mutual Aid to Other Towns 168 

TOTAL INCIDENTS FOR 2009 1280 



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REPORT OF FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
AND STATE FOREST RANGER 



Your local Forest Fire Warden, Fire Department, and the State of New Hampshire 
Division of Forests & Lands work collaboratively to reduce the risk and frequency of 
wildland fires in New Hampshire. To help us assist you, please contact your local 
Forest Fire Warden or Fire Department to determine if a permit is required before doing 
ANY outside burning. Under State law (RSA 227-L:17) a fire permit is required for all 
outside burning unless the ground is completely covered with snow. The New 
Hampshire Department of Environmental Services also prohibits the open burning of 
household waste. Citizens are encouraged to contact the local fire department or DES 
at 1-800-498-6868 or www.des.state.nh.us for more information. Safe open burning 
requires diligence and responsibility. Help us to protect New Hampshire's forest 
resources. For more information please contact the Division of Forests & Lands at 
(603) 271-2214, or online at www.nhdfl.orq . 

Spring fire season was unusually short this past year, with wet weather beginning the 
third week in April and lasting virtually all summer long. Consequently both the number 
of fires and the number of acres burned were below the last five year average. Due to 
state budget constraints, the staffing of our statewide system of 16 fire lookout towers 
was limited to class III or higher fire danger days. Despite the reduction in the number 
of days staffed, our fire lookout towers are credited with keeping most fires small and 
saving several structures this season due to their quick and accurate spotting 
capabilities. The towers fire spotting capability was supplemented this year by 
contracted aircraft and the Civil Air Patrol when fire danger was especially high. 
Surprisingly the largest single fire this year occurred in late November during an 
unusual dry spell, in the northern Coos County town of Clarksville. This fire burned 
17.1 acres and is presumed to have been caused by a careless hunter. Many homes in 
New Hampshire are located in the wildland urban interface, which is the area where 
homes and flammable wildland fuels intermix. Several of the fires during the 2009 
season threatened structures, a constant reminder that forest fires burn more than just 
trees. Homeowners should take measures to prevent a wildland fire from spreading to 
their home. Precautions include keeping your roof and gutters clear of leaves and pine 
needles, and maintaining adequate green space around your home free of flammable 
materials. Additional information and homeowner recommendations are available at 
www.firewise.org . Please help Smokey Bear, your local fire department and the state's 
Forest Rangers by being fire wise and fire safe! 



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2009 FIRE STATISTICS 

(All fires reported as of December 3, 2009) 
(figures do not include fires under the jurisdiction of the White IVIountain National Forest) 



COUNTY STATISTICS 


County 


Acres 


# of Fires 


Belknap 


13 


16 


Carroll 


7 


30 


Cheshire 


3 


29 


Coos 


42 


42 


Grafton 


11 


35 


Hillsborough 


12 


94 


Merrimack 


1 


45 


Rockingham 


62 


30 


Strafford 


2 


3 


Sullivan 


20 


10 




n Acres 
■ # of Fires 



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Total Fires 


Total Acres 


2009 


334 




173 


2008 


455 




175 


2007 


437 




212 


2006 


500 




473 


2005 


546 




174 



CAUSES OF FIRES REPORTED 



Arson 


4 


Debris 


184 


Campfire 


18 


Children 


12 


Smol<ing 


15 


Railroad 


5 


Equipment 


5 


Lightning 





Miscellaneous* 


91 



{'Miscellaneous: power lines, fireworks, electric fences, etc.) 



ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDLAND FIRE 



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REPORT OF THE 
PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department had another busy year during 
2009. We have had some changes and additions to our Recreation Commission. Lisa 
IVIans-Buckley was appointed by the Board of Selectmen as a regular Commission 
member with Leo Sanfacon moving back to an alternate Commission member position. 
The Board of Selectmen also appointed new members Sue King and Vickie Carrier as 
alternate Commission members. 

2009 also saw improvements in many of our Parks and Recreation facilities as 
well. Prior to the opening of the beach season, two new grills were installed replacing 
old ones that had been deteriorating and broken. In June phase two of our Village Field 
playground project was completed with the installation of a tot play structure designed 
for children ages 2-5 years old. The Bandstand at the Village Field was also re-painted 
during the summer. This past fall we were also fortunate to have a strong volunteer 
effort spearheaded by Merrill Fay help re-paint most of the uprights at the Arthur A. 
Tilton Ice Rink. 

We continue to work hard maintaining our facilities, keeping them available to the 
members of our community. This past winter, the Arthur A. Tilton Ice Rink was opened 
in late December just prior to the New Year and remained available to the public with 
quality ice through March 10*'^. Although we had a second straight rainy summer, we 
still had a busy season at the Town Beach with 20 seasonal employees staffing the 
beach, helping to ensure the safety and well being of all patrons. Bob Hodder returned 
for the fourth straight summer to manage the beach concessions stand and again did an 
excellent job offering a variety of high quality servings. 

The goal of this department each and every year is to offer the highest quality 
programs to all demographics of our community. Some of our youth program 
improvement and additions in 2009 included; taking an April Vacation trip to the Boston 
Museum of Science, a Teen Paintball trip, starting the High School Intramural 
Basketball program, expanding our end of the season Youth Soccer round robin. 

Some of our adult program improvement and additions in 2009 included; an 
increase in our hiking program and offering a winter broomball game at the ice rink. We 
also continue to improve the Senior Moment-um program for senior adults with some 
additional activities, including; a Day at the Spa, a Sleigh Ride, a Beans and Greens 
Gardening Program, Mini Golf outing. Loon Center Trip and much more. 

We also continue to look at adding and improving our community activities. As part of 
our Winter Carnival Activities, we offered our first ever Curling program offering 
community members a chance to throw their "stones" and curl them towards the 
"button". In April we held our first ever Flashlight Egg Hunt to a tremendous showing. 
We also built off the success of our Red Sox trips of the past couple of years by adding 
a third game this year. All three trips were a big success offering many Red Sox 



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that had the opportunity to watch the Sox in historic Fenway Park. This past December 
we also teamed with the new Gilford Youth Center to sponsor Santa Land for children of 
the Community. We also sponsored our first ever Celtics bus trip in December 
providing participants the opportunity to watch the Championship contending Celtics 
play in the new Garden. 

We would like to thank TD Bank, Dr. Kennell Orthodontics, Laconia Savings 
Bank, Shaw's Supermarket, Meredith Village Savings Bank, Reynolds Dental 
Association, Irwin Motors, Franklin Savings Bank and the Varney Point Association and 
all others who have assisted our department throughout the year for their generous 
donations to our department. We would also like to thank the Gilford Rotary for their 
donation of a Christmas tree and lights at the bandstand at the Village Field. 

In closing, I would like to thank all the Town Departments, the School District and 
all the individuals who have assisted with our department throughout the year. We 
would like to thank you all for your support of our department as we look forward to 
providing quality recreation opportunities again in 2010. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Herb Greene, Parks and Recreation Director 

Parks and Recreation Commission: 

Thom Francouer, Chair Miriam York 

Dave Smith Rick Nelson 

Lisa Mans-Buckley Dr. Leo Sanfacon, Alternate 

Sue King, Alternate Vicki Carrier, Alternate 



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Youth Programs 



Program 


Season 


2007 

#s 


2008 

#s 


2009 

#s 


Notes 


Youth Basketball 


Winter 


200 


176 


177 




Gunstock Ski/Snowboard 


Winter 


65 


54 


38 




Bolduc Park X-Country Skiing 


Winter 


4 


14 


14 




Bolduc Park Golf 


Spring 


18 


14 


11 


3 of 4 lessons were full 


Pheasant Ridge Golf 


Spring/Summer 


24 


14 


30 


Added a second session 


HS Intramural Basketball 


Spring/Summer 


— 


— 


19 


New Program 


Swim Lesson Sessions 1 and II 


Summer 


250 


138 


183 


Wet Summer 


Mommy and Me Go to the 
Beach 


Summer 


— 


16 


17 


New Program 


Guard Start- Junior 
Lifeguarding 


Summer 


— 


— 


2 


New Program 


Arts and Crafts 


Summer 


100 


95 


99 




Tennis Lessons 


Summer 


53 


51 


28 


Many lessons were full, 
only held one session 


Shooters Gold Basketball 
Camp 


Summer 


70 


75 


71 




Challenger Soccer Camp 


Summer 


39 


38 


47 




Play Soccer Camp 


Summer 


69 


50 


22 




Sciensational Workshop for 
Kids 


Summer 


19 


25 


7 




Youth Soccer 


Fall 


158 


160 


154 




KidzArt 


Spring, Fall 


11 


22 


— 


Program was cancelled 


After School Sports 


Fall, Winter, 
Spring 


180 


180 


160 


All sessions were full 


Mommy and Me Playgroup 


Winter, Spring, 
Fall 


42 


97 


81 


Parents also participate 



Adult Programs 



Program 


Season 


2007 

#s 


2008 

#s 


2009 

#s 


Notes 


Adult Snowshoeing 


Winter 


5 


33 


39 


Good Snow Season 


Co-ed Adult Volleyball 


Fall, Winter 
Spring 


68 


77 


66 




Adult Hiking (Spring 
Session) 


Spring 


5 


10 


30 




Bolduc Park Golf Lessons 


Spring 


16 


7 


5 


1 lesson was full 


Co-ed Adult Softball 


Spring, Summer 


22 


18 


13 


Wet, some cancellations 


Adult Tennis Lessons 


Summer 


7 


20 


13 


1 lesson was full 


Adult Hiking (Fall Session) 


Fall 


17 


17 


17 




Drop-In Adult Basketball 


Spring, Fall 


49 


48 


57 




Adult Co-ed Flag Football 


Fall 


— 


10 


8 


One weather cancellation 


Senior Moment-um 
Program 


Year Round 


36 


107 


126 


Continued to add new 
activities 



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Community Prog 


rams and Special Events 


Program 


Season 


2007 #s 


2008 #s 


2009 #s 


Notes 


February Vacation Fun 
Day 


Winter 


11 


22 


37 


Program was full 


Family Snowshoeing 


Winter 


— 


47 


45 




Cardboard Box Sled 
Derby 


Winter 




11 


18 




Broomball 


Winter 




— 


6 


New Program 


Curling 


Winter 


— 


— 


12 


New Program 


Francoeur/Babcock 
Memorial Basketball 
Tournament 


Spring 


12 

Basketball 
Teams 
and Fans 


12 

Basketball 
Teams and 
Fans 


12 

Basketball 
Teams 
and Fans 


Moved to GHS due to water 
damage at CMS 


April Vacation Fun Day 


Spring 


29 


30 


33 




Museum of Science Trip 


Spring 


— 


— 


33 


New Program, trip was full 


Paintball Teen Trip 


Spring 


— 


— 


5 


New Program 


Family Hiking (Spring 
Session) 


Spring 


— 


2 


7 


New Program 


Flashlight Egg Hunt 


Spring 


— 


— 


200+ 


New Program 


Bike Safety Rodeo 


Spring 


58 


41 


29 


No flyers for first time 


Red Sox Trip 


Spring 


54 


107 


154 


Added 3'" trip 


Water Carnival 


Summer 


60+ 


400 


300 




Community Band 
Concert Series 


Summer 


100+ 


100+ 


100+ 




Family Hiking (Fall 
Session) 


Fall 


— 


11 


1 




Halloween Happening 


Fall 


170+ 


200+ 


150+ 


On Halloween Day 


Santa Land 


Winter 


— 


— 


135 
families 


New Program, Co-sponsored 
w/Gilford Youth Center 


Celtics Trip 


Winter 


— 


— 


44 


New Program 



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REPORT OF THE 
GILFORD OLD HOME DAY COMMITTEE 

Saturday, August 29, 2009 - "Life on the Lake"! It was the 90'^ Annual Gilford 
Old Home Day celebration and it wasn't just the parade theme that involved water as 
we dealt with rain throughout the day. With it being the 90"^ celebration, the "Longtime 
Residents" who have helped shape the Gilford we know today were honored as the 
Parade Grand Marshals. The day itself was dedicated to Edward "Ted" I. Ritson. Ted 
certainly epitomized the "Life on the Lake" theme as Ted was involved with the 
Winnipesaukee Sailing Club, the NH Marine Patrol and the NH Boat Museum. Ted was 
also an active member of the Old Home Day Committee for 20 years prior to his 
passing in July of 2008. 

Following the 25*^ Annual Gilford Rotary Club pancake breakfast at the 
Community Church, many participants and spectators braved the weather to partake in 
the annual parade. Despite the weather, the parade still boasted some outstanding 
floats, bands, color guards, marchers, scouts, horses, antique and classic vehicles! 
Special thanks to the GHS Class of 2010 for walking the parade route as our "Bucket 
Brigade" to help raise funds for our 2010 celebrations. 

The crowd quickly moved to the Village Field where many took refuge from the 
weather under the entertainment tent as they enjoyed the musical performance of Paul 
Warnick and Friends. As the crown thinned with continuing rain, the Old Home Day 
Committee made the decision to suspend further activities for the day at 2:00 p.m. and 
to reschedule what we could for the following evening. The one exception was the 
annual road race that went off as scheduled through the rain with a quality turnout. 

We all returned on Sunday afternoon (after a quick clean-up on Sunday morning) 
and once again danced around a couple, quick heavy downpours to complete the 
annual pie-eating contest and the egg toss competition. Both were well attended, and 
as always, provided a lot of laughs for the spectators and participants alike. Following 
these events on Sunday evening. Routes '56 returned to provide some great music 
underneath the entertainment tent. At the conclusion of their performance the crowd 
turned their attention to the Bandstand as the Community Band Performed their annual 
Old Home Day concert. Immediately following their concert, the crowd turned their 
attention to the finally clear skies over the Village Field as they exploded with our 
traditional fireworks display - bigger and better than ever! 

On Monday morning, with the assistance from the Gunstock Nordic Association 
and numerous other volunteers, the entire clean-up process went quickly and smoothly. 
Yes, another Gilford Old Home Day(s) had finally come to an end! 

We wish to extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you to all the advertisers. Town 
Departments, sponsors, volunteers, and friends who once again helped to make this 
very special annual event happen - we could never pull off this tremendous event 
without them. We would also like to thank all the vendors, entertainers and the general 



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public for their patience throughout the weekend as the Old Home Day Committee 
worked through the weather to try and complete as many of our scheduled events as 
possible. I would also like to personally thank the Gilford Old Home Day Committee for 
all their hard work and for helping me through another Gilford Old Home Day. I can not 
imagine undertaking this responsibility without your continued assistance and guidance. 

Plans are already underway for the 2010 celebration, scheduled for Saturday, 
August 28, 2010. If you would like to be on the Committee or to volunteer in any way, 
please call the Parks and Recreation Department Office at 527-4722. Helpers are 
always needed, and ideas and suggestions are always welcome. Be sure to mark your 
summer calendars now for August 28'*^!!! 

Respectfully submitted. 

Herb Greene 

Gilford Old Home Day Committee 



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REPORT OF THE CEMETERY TRUSTEES 

Our 1®' year as Cemetery Trustees has been, and still is, extremely busy! We 
began by accessing each of the old cemeteries and trying to get acquainted with 
abutting property owners. 

We attended workshops & seminars in Belmont, Concord and Derry, NH. This 
enlightened us to what our surrounding towns have accomplished in caring for their old 
cemeteries. We learned Gilford has a lot of catching up to do. We learned, hands-on, 
how to care for the different stone materials native to Gilford. NH State laws were 
reviewed regarding cemetery care. RSA 289:4 states EVERY municipality shall raise 
and appropriate sufficient funds to provide suitable care and maintenance of the 
cemeteries which are not otherwise provided for. Each town shared encouragement, 
support, and knowledge. 

We held Cemetery Trustee meetings once a month on the third Wednesday, at 
9:00 a.m. in Conference Room B of the Gilford Town Hall. 

Weeks Cemetery, on Hoyt Road, was chosen as our first cemetery to focus on 
restoring. There are NO VITAL records for this cemetery. It is Gilford's oldest cemetery. 
It was in need of extreme care. If we loose this cemetery, a piece of Gilford's history is 
gone forever. It was densely overgrown with many broken and fallen stones. 
Workshops were held at Weeks every Saturday morning, weather permitting. 

Drake Brothers Lawncare was hired to cut grass, assist with clean-outs, and do 
as much work as our budget would allow. 

Harry Gordon Stoneworks repaired the stone wall and two gates at Grant 
Cemetery. We tried to accomplish as many of the immediate needs of the other 
cemeteries, while focusing on Weeks, as time would allow. 

New Signage was a concern. Together with Sheldon Morgan's design. Gator 
Signs fabrication, and the heartfelt donations of six Gilford residents, we were proud to 
see six new signs created and installed. We hope to eventually place signs at all the 
old cemeteries that are in need. The cost is $45.00 per sign. Donations can be made 
by calling or stopping into the Public Works Office at 527-4732. Thank- You to all the 
local businesses and town buildings who have continued to share their counter space 
for our donation boxes, as well. Every penny helps! 

The Revolutionary War Soldiers were decorated with American flags. All were 
donated by Wilkinson-Beane. Bill Cott donated handmade holders. 

Many people have been involved towards having Gilford's cemetery records, 
information, and pictures available on the town web site. It is our hope to have all of this 
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We invite you to stop by the new Gilford Library tliis February to see our display. 
We hope many of you will take the time to stop and see some of the old cemeteries as 
you pass by. Each is unique with history and stories from our town's past. If you are 
one of the people who has come forward to volunteer, we "Thank- You!!!" We 
appreciate every one of you!! 

Respectfully Submitted, 



Susan Leach, Judy Cott, & Dee Chitty 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARY DIRECTOR 

2009 marked the first full year of service in our new building on Potter Hill Road. We 
are pleased to report tremendous growth in library usage in all areas with a minimal 
growth in our town appropriation. We continue to be thankful to Dick and Betty Persons 
and the many other donors for the gift of a beautiful new building for all in our 
community to enjoy. 

Our goal is to find the best resources that efficiently and effectively meet the learning 
and leisure needs of our patrons. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life in 
Gilford through the development of a literate and self-reliant population. 

As we anticipated, the circulation rates in 2009 were very high. In total, customers 
checked out 124,100 items. This represents a 20% growth over the number checked 
out in 2008 (102,993 items) and our largest yearly increase ever. An average of 15 
Items were checked out for every person living in Gilford. Attendance at the library for 
the year totaled 99,172 or an average attendance of 300 visits per day. 

We would not be where we are today without the help of all of our many volunteers. We 
are so fortunate that our volunteer program has exploded in terms of participation. In 
2009 a record number of volunteer hours (5,021 hours to be exact) were donated to the 
library. From tech services to children's programming, our volunteers played a vital 
role. Thank you, library volunteers, for helping us to achieve our goals. 

Our programs covered a wide range of topics drawing crowds that filled our meeting 
room to capacity. Some of our most popular programs for children included: Wildlife 
Encounters, Norman Ng the Magician, and Gingerbread House Decorating. After school 
the Teen Room is a busy place with teens using the computers, working on homework, 
meeting with friends, or participating in our monthly activities. Regular programs for 
adults included Foreign Movie Night, Knitting Groups, Mahjong, and book discussions. 
We also had monthly special presentations for adults including the Go Green Series, 
Hiking in the Belknap Range, and co-sponsorship of the Heritage Arts Festival. 

New this year is our Teen Advisory Board. A group of teens in grades 7 - 12 get 
together on a monthly basis to give advice in choosing teen materials and planning 
programming. Also new in 2009 was our Teen Summer Reading Program, "Reading 
Rocks". Over 70 teens took part in this reading program. 

To ensure the quality of our Storytimes, we implemented Storytime and Babygarten 
sessions with capped enrollment. These 6 week sessions are designed for our 
preschool children and their parents. In addition, Music & Movement classes were 
offered to emphasize sounds and rhythm demonstrated to be important for pre-reading 
skills. In December, our newest winter reading program. Chill Out & Read, was offered 
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Our collection has seen an increase as we added 8,901 and deleted 5, 424 items this 
year. We added a Short Loan Book collection - a small collection of the top sellers. 
The collection has had an amazing turnover rate of almost 4 times per month. At the 
end of 2009 we added several Kindles, portable reading devices that store books 
digitally, so patrons can try the latest in publishing technology. 

Our website continues to be an important part of our outreach to the community. 
Upgrades in 2009 included a new menu bar to help navigate quickly through the 
website and remain as user-friendly as possible. With the increase in meeting room 
usage, a schedule of events and application form were added to make it fast and easy 
to reserve our meeting room. Social networking sites, including Facebook and Twitter, 
have also been added to our online communication format. 

As in years past, The Friends of the Gilford Public Library, continue to provide a high 
level of support. As a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, its 230 members provide 
funding and volunteer support for materials, services, and programs, as a supplement to 
Town appropriations. Significant fundraising activities for the Friends in 2009 included: 
Amazon book sales, the opening of the Bookworm Shop, the Scenes of Gilford calendar 
contest, and the Old Home Day pie & ice cream/book sale. Contributions supported the 
Summer Reading Program, museum passes, copier and other items that benefit the 
library. Thank you, Friends, for your year-round dedication to the library. 

This year has seen minor changes in staffing. Spring brought the return of long-time 
staff member, Jessie Tanner, in her new role as Children's Librarian. Thanks go to 
Holly Raus for helping us maintain our high level of service during Lura Shute's 
maternity leave last summer. 

Together with the rest of the staff here at the library, I welcome your suggestions and 
look forward to another great year. 

Katherine Dormody, MLIS 
Library Director 

Cardholders 

New Cards Issued 

Children's Materials Checked Out 

Adult Materials Checked Out 

Items Added to Collection 

Library Programs 

Library Program Attendees 

Computer Uses 

Volunteer Hours 

Meeting Room Usage 

Library Attendance 



2007 


2008 


2009 


4266 


4915 


5382 


538 


675 


750 


44212 


40726 


42451 


54894 


62275 


81808 


6281 


7807 


8901 


370 


366 


567 


5349 


5031 


7421 


5302 


6121 


10514 


2679 


4250 


5021 





1242 


2544 
99172 



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GILFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY 
NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS REPORT 





Balance 


Category 


12/31/08 


Children's Fund 


157.79 


Copier 


4856.76 


Fines 


6860.02 


Gifts 


6176.76 


Grants 


379.95 


Interest 


100.26 


Misc./Fees 


4377.64 


Remick Trust 


9.76 


Smith Trust 


-111.51 


Town-Reimbursed 


-1082.45 


Expenses 




Calendar Project 


1626.01 


Maps 


1711.60 


Meeting Room 


175.00 


Totals 


25237.59 


Allen Memorial CD 


4154.97 



Receipts 



381.50 


1413.64 


10282.10 


6046.72 


1000.00 


14.48 


6088.49 


0.00 


0.00 


4658.73 


0.00 


1547.00 


765.00 


32197.66 


86.23 





Balance 


Expenses 


12/31/09 


379.25 


160.04 


5241.50 


1028.90 


13632.42 


3509.70 


4209.59 


8013.89 


1227.00 


152.95 


50.00 


64.74 


3814.81 


6651.32 


15.95 


-6.19 


171.74 


-283.25 


3576.28 


0.00 


0.00 


1626.01 


2474.95 


783.65 


411.01 


528.99 


35204.50 


22230.75 





4241.20 



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REPORT OF THE OVERSEER OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

During 2009, the Gilford Welfare Office assisted 76 households, representing 99 adults 
and 64 children, representing a 13% decrease over 2008. This decrease, however, 
hides the fact that more households are requesting assistance on a repeat basis. This 
situation is caused by lower wages and shorter work hours contributing to a constant 
low level of household income. 

The types of households requesting aid span the spectrum of today's society - the 
elderly on meager Social Security benefits, single-parent households, and families 
subsisting on low-wage jobs and little or no health care coverage. Hardship problems in 
2009 included medications, illnesses, unemployment, and housing & heating costs. 
Stabilizing energy costs reduced the burden on the Town to help with home heating 
bills. However, with many families and individuals being forced to "double-up" with other 
family members and friends, rent assistance increased. 

Some of these people have also been eligible to receive State-Federal Welfare 
Assistance in the form of checks, Medicaid, debit cards and social services. Federal 
Supplemental Security Income checks also help some persons with handicaps and 
others in low-income families. Many supplement their food budgets with the state food 
stamp program and area food pantries. 

The Gilford Welfare Office has been aggressive in referring needy households to other 
sources of public and private assistance, many times forming combinations of help from 
the various sources mentioned in this report. There is an excellent Energy Assistance 
Program through the Belknap-Merrimack Community Action Program where fuel 
assistance is available. It also facilitates the PSNH electricity discount programs. 

The St. Vincent de Paul Society operates a food pantry, a thrift store and a financial 
assistance program. The Gilford Welfare Office also networks with the Gilford 
Community Church and the Neighbors in Need Program. Gilford residents in need are 
referred to these programs. 

The Model Welfare Guidelines, updated in 2005, of the New Hampshire Municipal 
Association, sets the example for our own Gilford Welfare Guidelines. These, used with 
understanding and discretion, best express our concern for "neighbors helping 
neighbors to help themselves." Given the current recession and high unemployment, we 
anticipate even more requests for assistance in 2010. 

For any questions or for a neighbor who might need assistance, please contact Erika 
Johnson at the Town Office (527-4701 ) or directly at 494-3991 . 

Sincerely, 
Erika Johnson 



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REPORT OF THE GILFORD DRUG AND ALCOHOL TASK FORCE 

The Gilford Drug and Alcohol Task Force (DATF) was organized in 1989 to 
address the issues of drug and alcohol abuse in our community. The Task Force 
is comprised of educators, students, law enforcement officials, Rotarians, nurses, 
social service representatives, and community members. The Task Force meets 
monthly at Gilford High School and is supported annually through funds 
appropriated by The Gilford Rotary Club. 

The mission of the DATF is to unify community agencies and professional 
resources in order to provide community based prevention programs for 
individuals at risk. 

During 2009, the DATF continued to communicate with parents, students, and 
the Gilford community at large about the issues of drug and alcohol abuse and 
prevention. The Unwanted Medicine Collection Event was a major activity 
coordinated by the Task Force in conjunction with the Gilford Police Department. 
In response to an increase in the number of youth abusing prescription and Over 
the Counter (OTC) drugs, the DATF initiated a community wide campaign to 
educate the public regarding the proper storage and disposal of medications. 
Members of the Task Force made presentations to various organizations and 
community groups explaining the importance of securing medications so young 
people do not have access to them. Members also stressed the need to monitor 
the amount of pills in each prescription. In an effort to reduce the availability and 
abuse of prescription and Over the Counter (OTC) drugs, community members 
were then asked to bring their unwanted medications to the Gilford Hazardous 
Waste Collection held in July. A specific area was cordoned off in front of the 
town hall allowing individuals to drop off their medications with a police officer. 
Pharmacists Mike Warmington and Larry Routhier identified the substances as 
either controlled or non-controlled substances. If a medication was identified as 
a controlled substance, the pharmacist(s) conducted a physical inventory of the 
contents, replaced the materials in their ohginal container, and handed them over 
to law enforcement. Law enforcement officials then took physical custody of all 
controlled substances, inventoried them, and brought them to an evidence locker 
for eventual destruction. If items were non-controlled substances, they were 
placed in hazardous waste containers and removed by Hazmat personnel who 
properly disposed of them. A volunteer was on hand to maintain a data base of 
the various types and amounts of substances collected. Residents from over six 
communities brought in approximately 2,000 pills of controlled substances and 
55 gallons of non-controlled substances. Gilford residents who would like to 
properly dispose of their medications may bring them any time of year to the 
Gilford Police Department. Please secure your prescriptions and do not flusti 
medications. 

The Task Force also continued collaborating with CoRe(Community Response 
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use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs among youth. Together the committees 
sponsored two parent forums where information was presented on: internet 
safety,cyberbullying, sexting, harassment, underage drinking, and prescription 
drug abuse. 

If you are interested in working with the Gilford Drug and Alcohol Task Force, 
please contact the Board of Selectmen at 527-4700. 



Respectfully Submitted: 

Debra Laliberte 

Gilford Drug and Alcohol Task Force 



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REPORT OF THE LAND CONSERVATION TASK FORCE 

The Land Conservation Task Force (LCTF) was authorized by the Gilford Town IVleeting 
and charged by the Board of Selectmen to inventory and identify areas of the 
community, which, by preservation, would maintain Gilford's rural character and scenic 
beauty, while simultaneously protecting our natural resources. 

A Natural Resource Inventory (NRI) has been lacking. An attempt to obtain a $7500 
grant from the NH State Conservation Committee, under the Mooseplate Conservation 
License Plate Program, to put with $2500 from the Gilford Land Conservation Fund, 
failed in 2008. Since then, Nancy Rendall of Blue Moon Environmental in Gilmanton, 
NH, offered to complete this very extensive $10,000 project for gratis. We are forever 
indebted to her for her Herculean efforts in gathering so much data, coming to many 
meetings, and creating what is already a very extensive document. The NRI will 
undoubtedly be completed in 2010. 

The NRI contains information on a multitude of natural resources along with colored 
maps of many features. Included are chapters on land resources, soils, wetlands, 
surface waters, groundwater and drinking water resources, agricultural and forest 
resources, open space and land protection, wildlife habitat, scenic and recreational 
resources, assessment of critical resources and conclusion and recommendations. By 
combining maps with different important resources, referred to as co-occurrence, the 
Task Force will be able to identify areas in the Town that are high priorities for 
conservation. 

The NRI also will fulfill the State requirements of the Conservation Commission to "keep 
an index of all open space and natural, aesthetic or ecological areas within the town". 
Nancy has been working with Planning Board personnel to be sure it is relevant for their 
use as well. The document, when completed, will be available for review at the Town 
Hall. 

The Land Conservation Task Force would like to thank the Philip Roux Trust for the 
donation to the Town of Gilford of a 62-acre piece of property adjacent to Swain Road 
this past September. We are thrilled to receive this very important piece of property that 
contains prime wetlands adjacent to the headwaters of Jewett Brook. 

The Land Conservation Task Force is continuing its efforts to obtain land and/or 
easements within the town. We encourage all citizens who would like to protect their 
properties for conservation purposes to contact us, and also to discuss possible tax 
advantages. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Everett McLaughlin, Chair Douglas Hill, Esq. 

Sandy McGonagle, Sec. Stephan Nix 

Russell Dumais John Rogers 

Diane Hanley Jack Woodward 



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REPORT OF THE KIMBALL WILDLIFE FOREST COMMITTEE 

During 2009, the Kimball Wildlife Forest Committee continued to maintain the 
trail system and manage the land in the Kimball Wildlife Forest. A Forest Stewardship 
Management Plan was prepared by Forest Land Improvement to be used as a guideline 
for all management activities conducted for wildlife, recreation or timber purposes. 
Wildlife habitat management is of primary importance because, in the original trust, 
established by Charlotte Kimball, it was stipulated that the property be used "for the 
study and enjoyment of wildlife". To this end, it is the goal of the Committee to manage 
the trails in the Kimball Wildlife Forest in a manner that proves beneficial to native 
wildlife species. The recreational trails on the property provide public access and 
educational opportunities. Protecting these trails is an important responsibility of the 
Committee to preserve the aesthetic value and scenic beauty of the property. 

Citizens are encouraged to hike the Lakeview Trail, which provides beautiful 
views of the mountain and the Broads on Lake Winnipesaukee. Panoramic binoculars 
in the glade area of the Lakeview trail accent the views of the lake and the mountains. 
Continuing a hike on the Quarry Trail provides a great history of the site, which is the 
location where many of the stones used to build the castle were mined. 

The Kimball Wildlife Forest Committee was established by the Board of 
Selectmen in May, 1990, with the charge to address the "remaining land" at Kimball 
Castle, which includes all the land of the Kimball Castle Property, excluding 20 acres 
surrounding the Castle. Two miles of trails have been completed on the property and 
were formally opened to the public in the Spring of 1992. 

The trail system, consisting of the Lakeview trail and the Quarry trail, starts 
approximately 100 feet from the entrance to the parking area of Route 1 1 . The trail is 
marked by blue rectangles with interpretive stations indicated by numbers. Trail guides 
are available in the mailbox at the entrance to the trail. It is estimated that nearly 500 
hikers a week make the trek to the top of Lockes Hill during the hiking seasons. Qver 
1000 trail maps are distributed each year to hikers and students in our schools. 

Anyone interested in working with the Kimball Wildlife Forest Committee may 
contact the Board of Selectmen at 527-4700. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Bob Dean, Chair 

Sandra T. McGonagle, Secretary 

Andy Fast, Belknap County Cooperative Extension 

Sumner Dole 

Joan Veazey 

George Labonte 

Kristie Katz 

Pat Bennett 



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REPORT OF THE ENERGY COMMITTEE 



In early January we held an Energy Fair at the Town Hall. Given the tinne of year, it was 
well attended and highly successful. Featured were many vendors, including 
representatives fronn energy, conservation, and all aspects of alternative energy. 

The Energy Committee also evaluated and gave our approval, from an energy use 
standpoint, to the new Police Station. 

We held five well-attended "Going Green Series" in conjunction with the Gilford Public 
Library. A lot of new information and interesting information was presented. Topics 
included Geothermal Energy, Wind Power, Energy Conservation, Method to Detect and 
Resolve Air Leaks and most interesting, holding a great deal of future promise, 
Heliostats. 

We are in need of more people to join our Committee. There are currently only three of 
us and our charter allows seven members. To join our Committee, simply send a letter 
of intent to the selectman. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Howard Epstein 

Dale Channing "Chan" Eddy 

Bill Knightly 



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Town of Gilford, New Hampshire 

Deliberative Session Minutes 

"First Session" 

February 4, 2009 



Town Moderator, Peter Millham, called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. and opened 
with the reciting of The Pledge of Allegiance. There were approximately 78 voters in 
attendance. The Moderator pointed out the location of the exit in the room. Moderator 
Millham asked people to stand that were not registered voters; he asked the voters to 
recognize these individuals. He asked that these visitors not vote at the meeting. The 
Moderator introduced the following officials seated on the stage: Constance "Connie" 
Grant, Selectman Chairperson; Gustavo "Gus" Benavides, Selectman; Kevin Hayes, 
Selectman; Scott Dunn, Town Administrator; Denise Morrissette, Town Clerk; Richard 
"Dick" Hickok, Budget Committee Chairman. 

Article I - The list of candidates running for Town office were announced. A handout 
was provided on the tables in the entry of the auditorium. 

The Moderator explained the basic rules of the meeting to be as follows: All debate is 
to be courteous, no name calling, disorder is not permitted. The general procedure 
would be to move and explain the article. Speakers would be given five minutes to 
speak the first time to and two minutes to speak a second time on the same article. 
Everyone would be given a chance to speak once before anyone else was allowed to 
speak a second time. Anyone wishing to speak would be required to speak at the 
microphone and would speak in order of the line. Amendments must be in writing and 
stated positively; a yes vote would mean yes and a no vote would be against. There will 
be no amendments to an amendment. The first amendment will be voted on before a 
new amendment would be introduced. The Moderator further explained that the SB2 
Deliberative Session does not allow voting on the articles; it only allows voting on the 
amendments. Moving a question will terminate discussion and move to vote on the 
article or move to the next article. Attempt to remove an article from the ballot will not 
be recognized. If balloting is required it will be by checklist and will be set up at the rear 
of the auditorium. He explained that the voters have a right to over rule the Moderator 
at anytime. 

Moderator Millham announced that there was an error on the warrant concerning the 
"Second Session" for voting. The "Second Session" will meet at the Gilford Middle 
School Gymnasium 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Tuesday March 10, 2009. It will not be held 
at the Gilford High School as posted on the warrant. 

Moderator Millham explained that Article 2-8 would be explanation only. 

The Moderator Read Article 2 as follows: 



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ARTICLE 2 - Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 1 as proposed by 
the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Create a new Article 20, Small Wind Energy Systems, to regulate 
development, placement, and use of Small Wind Energy Systems; and 
renumber the existing Article 20 and subsequent Articles as Articles 21 
through 25 respectively? 

Motion By: John Ayer, Director of Planning and Land Use/Resident 
Second By: Dale Channing Eddy 

Mr. Ayer explained information of amendments were provided as a handout on 
the tables in the entry of the auditorium. 

State legislation allows this for towns to adopt. John explained the definitions 
and terms of the ordinance. 

ARTICLE 3 - Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 2 as proposed by 
the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend the Official Zoning Map of the Town of Gilford by changing the 
zoning of approximately 90 acres located at the southerly end of Blaisdeil 
Avenue, from the Industrial (I) and Limited Residential (LR) Zones to the 
Commercial (C) Zone? 

Motion By: John Ayer, Director of Planning and Land Use/Resident 
Second By: Dale Pattison Eddy 

Mr. Ayer described the section of town that the ordinance would 
encumber. 

ARTICLE 4 - Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 3 as proposed by 
the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend Article 3, Definitions, by adding a new definition for "Bunkhouse" 
which is an accessory building to a single-family dwelling used as sleeping 
quarters for guests staying at the dwelling? 

Motion By: John Ayer, Director of Planning and Land Use/Resident 
Second By: John O'Brien 

Mr. Ayer explained that this article addresses the definition of "bunkhouse" 
within the ordinance and the types of facilities that can be in them. 

ARTICLE 5 - Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 4 as proposed by 
the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 



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Amend Section 4.3, table of Commercial Uses, by changing the 
designation of certain commercial uses as permitted uses, uses permitted 
by special exception, or uses not permitted in the Commercial, 
Professional Commercial, Resort Commercial, and Industrial zones? 

Motion By: John Ayer, Director of Planning and Land Use/Resident 
Second By: Dale Channing Eddy 

Mr. Ayer described a number of different uses within the town. The 
Planning Board addressed commercial uses for this year. This will make 
more sense of the uses described. 

ARTICLE 6 - Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 5 as proposed by 
the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend Section 5.1.2, Minimum Lot Dimension, by deleting the existing 
subparagraph (d) which allows lots with smaller than standard frontage, 
and replacing it with a revised subparagraph (d), which will allow lots with 
smaller than standard frontage but will add restrictions and further clarify 
the existing standards? 

Motion By: John Ayer, Director of Planning and Land Use/Resident 
Second By: Lee Duncan 

Mr. Ayer explained that the article proposes to standardize the ordinance 
to comply with each applicant and to correct the frontage of the lake in 
accordance with State of NH requirements. 

ARTICLE 7 - Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 6 as proposed by 
the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend Section 8.2.1 .5, Signs Not Allowed, by amending Subsection (d) to 
eliminate the exception allowing offsite signs erected in deeded rights-of- 
way and the related provisions for such signs? 

Motion By: John Ayer, Director of Planning and Land Use/Resident 
Second By: Lee Duncan 

Mr. Ayer explained that this article eliminates the exception for a sign on 
an easement such as real estate, farm produce and non-profit events. He 
expressed the article would prevent any billboards from coming up 
around town. 

Fire Chief James Hayes read Article 8 as follows: 



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ARTICLE 8 - Are you in favor of adopting a revised Fire Prevention Code as proposed 
by the Gilford Fire Engineers and recommended by the Gilford Planning Board, 
whereby the current Fire Prevention Code will be repealed and the revised Fire 
Prevention Code will reference more recent editions of National Fire Protection 
Association codes as adopted and amended within the State Fire Code, and 
furthermore to add provisions for the creation of a Town of Gilford Fire Code Handbook, 
requirements for the installation of fire alarm systems, revisions to the system of fines 
for false alarms, establishment of standards for non-residential sprinkler suppression 
systems, provisions for access to fire alarm systems and establishes general fire safety 
requirements along with a system of permits, fees and penalties. (A copy of the entire 
proposed text is on file with the Town Clerk for public inspection.) 

Motion By: John T. O'Brien 
Second By: Dale Channing Eddy 

Chief Hayes explained the update of the codes and proposed the adoption of the 
State Fire Code. Chief Hayes explained the increasing fine schedule for 
nuisance fire alarm systems for more than two calls per year. 

Doug Lambert a resident of Farmer Dr. has concern of sprinklers in residential 
and commercial properties and the costs involved. He feels it is addressing a 
problem that we don't have. Mr. Lambert spoke in opposition. 

Dale Channing Eddy asked about old buildings being renovated. Chief Hayes 
said that it would pertain to renovated areas in areas of 50% of the structural 
area will be brought to code. 

Doug Lambert asked about the 2-story definition and Chief Hayes explained it 
further. 

Jack Stephenson asked if these regulations are retroactive to existing buildings. 

Chief Hayes explained that it is not retroactive and will only obtain to new 
construction and multi-family occupants not single family dwellings. 

James Mull Read Article 9 as follows: 

ARTICLE 9 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one million 
five hundred eighty thousand dollars ($1 ,580,000) (gross budget) for the construction 
and renovation of an expanded police station, to include a geo-thermal climate control 
system, and to authorize the issuance of not more than one million two hundred 
thousand dollars ($1,200,000) of bonds or notes in accordance with the provisions of 
the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33) and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to issue 
and negotiate such bonds or notes and to determine the interest rate thereon; with the 
balance of three hundred eighty thousand dollars ($380,000) to come from surplus fund 



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balance. (3/5 Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7 to 2) 

Motion By: James Mull, Facility Planning Committee Chairman 
Second By: John T. O'Brien, Facility Planning Committee Member 

John O'Brien gave a power point presentation to the audience. Mr. Mull asked 
for questions to be held until after the presentation and also that anyone may 
contact them directly if they did not want to speak at the meeting. 

Jack Stephenson explained his goal to make this project a very energy efficient 
design and the committee has looked at improvements and he commended for 
the changes. Mr. Stephenson explained the high cost of the geo-thermal wells. 
Mr. Stephenson spoke in favor or the article and asked for resolution of the 
heating system. 

Betsy Domin does not understand the need for an additional meeting room. 

Dale Channing Eddy FPC Member explained that they are not adding a room but 
they would be moving the training room upstairs and would allow other 
committees to use the room as a meeting room. Mr. Eddy explained that Mr. 
Stephenson needs explain the other costs involved besides the boiler at $12,000. 
Mr. Eddy further explained the good environmental effects of geo-thermal. 

Jack Stephenson further explained his position on the boiler system, baseboard 
heaters and contractors is what brings the price to $12,000. He explained the 
benefits of solar heating. 

Selectman Kevin Hayes explained the benefit of geo-thermal and conventional 
heating costs. The payback time frame is 6 years and oil will not have to be 
purchased after that time. 

Richard Hickok read Article 10 as follows: 

ARTICLE 10 - Shall the Town raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not 
including appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted 
separately, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant or as amended 
by vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $1 1 ,040,307? 
Should this article be defeated, the default budget shall be $10,725,323, which is the 
same as last year, with certain adjustments required by previous action of the Town or 
by law; or the Board of Selectmen may hold one special meeting, in accordance with 
RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating budget only. 
(Majority Vote Required) (The Selectmen recommend $1 1 ,046,131 by a vote of 3 to 0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 11 to 1) 

Motion By: Richard Hickok, Budget Committee Chairman 



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Second By: John T. O'Brien 

Mr. Hickok explained the difference of the $4,200 Library and the $1 ,624 
Supervisor's of the Checklist. He further explained that the Budget Committee 
recommended a stipend for the Supervisor's of the Checklist. Selectman Grant 
explained that the Board was so close with the numbers that they did not take a 
big issue with the discrepancy amount. Selectman Hayes explained the Board's 
perspective of the Library and the Supervisor's of the Checklist. He further 
explained the time he spent observing the Supervisor's of the Checklist 
performing their duties and the pay recommendation. 

Motion By: Everett McLaughlin made an amendment to change the article to add 
$1 ,624.00 to the budget of $1 1 ,040,307. 
Second by: Betsy Domin 

Mr. McLaughlin further explained that he felt it was too low of a pay for the job - 
he feels the job should pay at least minimum wage for the hours worked. 

Mr. Lambert spoke in opposition of the amendment. 

Barry Grevatt spoke in support of the amendment. 

Mr. Hickok explained the position of Budget Committee and is sympathetic and 
appreciates the work that they do. Mr. Hickok further explained that this was 
discussed at three different meetings and the more he hears the less he supports 
it. 

Terry Stewart spoke in opposition to the amendment. 

Mr. McLaughlin repeated the minimum wage pay and explained the small 
increase to the tax rate. 

Betsy Domin spoke in favor of the amendment. 

No further discussion. 

The Moderator re-read the amendment as written from Everett McLaughlin: "I 
move that the amount in Warrant Article 1 be amended to ready $1 1 ,041 ,931 - 
in order to increase by $1 ,624 the amount for the Supervisors of the Checklist, as 
recommended by the Board of Selectmen on 1 1/03/2008." 

The Moderator called for a voice vote. He was unable to determine the out come 
of the voice vote and asked for voters to stand. A count of the standing voters 
resulted in passage of the amendment as follows: 

Yes - 45 No-33 



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There was no further discussion. 

Selectman Grant read Article 1 1 as follows: 

ARTICLE 11 - To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost items included in the two 
year collective bargaining agreement reached between the Board of Selectmen and 
Teamsters Local 633 on behalf of certain Police Department employees, which calls for 
an estimated increase of thirty-five thousand four hundred seventy-nine dollars 
($35,479) for wages and benefits at the current staffing levels for the year 2009 and an 
estimated increase of forty-eight thousand nine hundred two dollars ($48,902) for wages 
and benefits at the current staffing levels for the year 2010; and furthermore, to raise 
and appropriate the sum of thirty-five thousand four hundred seventy-nine dollars 
($35,479), such sum representing the estimated additional costs necessary to fund the 
collective bargaining agreement in the current fiscal year over the appropriation for 
wages and benefits paid in the prior fiscal year. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee 9 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

Selectman Grant complimented Town Administrator Scott Dunn for representing 
the Town and feels it was a good balance that was reached. 

Dick Hickok explained the Budget Committee was satisfied with the out come of 
the agreement. 

No further discussion. 

The Moderator read Article 12 as follows: 

ARTICLE 12 - Shall the Town, if Article 11 is defeated, vote to authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 1 1 cost items 
only? (Majority Vote Required) 

Motion By: Selectman Benavides 
Second By: Selectman Hayes 

Town Administrator Scott Dunn explained the State law in regards to the Special 
Town Meeting if needed. 

John Goodhue asked, "Why the need for unions?" "What does it do?" He 
explained that there is a big problem in front of us. Mr. Goodhue would like to 
see the Town to do more than hold the line. He asked, "What happens if this 
gets voted out?" "Would the Selectmen be able to renegotiate this?" 



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Selectmen Hayes explained the forming the union was the employee's choice. 

Doug Lambert felt distressed the feeling that the employees had to go to the 
union as well. Mr. Lambert thanked the Board of Selectmen for a good job in the 
negotiations. 

Terry Stewart asks what if this article fails and you do nothing? 

Mr. Dunn explained the law and the negotiation process in Article 11 . In Article 
12 there can not be a special town meeting without going to court. 

No further discussion. 

Selectman Hayes read Article 13 as follows: 

ARTICLE 13 - To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost items included in the one 
year collective bargaining agreement reached between the Board of Selectmen and 
AFSCME Local 534 on behalf of certain Public Works Department employees, which 
calls for an estimated increase of thirty thousand five hundred ninety-three dollars 
($30,593) for wages and benefits at the current staffing levels for the year 2009; and 
furthermore, to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty thousand five hundred ninety- 
three dollars ($30,593), such sum representing the estimated additional costs 
necessary to fund the collective bargaining agreement in the current fiscal year over the 
appropriation for wages and benefits paid in the prior fiscal year. (Majority Vote 
Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 8 to 1 ) 

Motion By: Selectman Hayes 
Second By: Selectman Grant 

Selectman Benavides explained the negotiations with Administrator Dunn and 
the DPW representation. Selectman Benavides is satisfied with the merit 
increase and the 10% health insurance contributions from employees. 

Barry Grevatt stood and complimented Sheldon Morgan and his staff for a great 
job. 

No further discussion. 

The Moderator read Article 14 as follows: 

ARTICLE 14 - Shall the Town, if Article 13 is defeated, vote to authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 13 cost items 
only? (Majority Vote Required) 



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Motion By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

No discussion. 

Selectman Benavides read Article 15 as follows: 

ARTICLE 15 -To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under 
the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of purchasing Technology Upgrades, to 
include computer items, copy machines, telecommunication items and similar products; 
and to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be placed 
In this fund, and appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. (Majority Vote 
Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by 
the Budget Committee 5 to 4) 

Motion By: Selectman Benavides 
Second By: Selectman Hayes 

Selectman Hayes explained that they felt this article was good business for 
removing the peaks and valleys of purchases. 

Dick Hickok explained the Budget Committee felt there was a problem with a lot 
of small capital reserve funds. The Committee felt this could have been handled 
with the budget. 

No further discussion. 

Selectman Hayes read Article 16 as follows: 

ARTICLE 16 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Compensated Absences Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Hayes 
Second By: Selectman Grant 

No discussion. 

Selectman Grant read Article 17 as follows: 

ARTICLE 17 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum often 
thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Water Supply Maintenance Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the 
Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 



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Motion By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

No discussion. 

Selectman Benavides read Article 18 as follows: 

ARTICLE 18 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two 
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) to be added to the Fire Equipment Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the 
Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (The Budget Committee recommends $50,000 by a vote of 
7 to 2) 

Motion By: Selectman Benavides 
Second By: Selectman Hayes 

Selectman Benavides ask the voters to support the Article. 

Mr. Hickok stated that the budget committee is against $200,000 and that is what 
you are voting on not the $50,000. The Budget Committee felt it was too much 
money for this year. 

Motion By: Richard Campbell proposed an amendment to the article to change from 
$200,000 to $50,000. 
Second by: Terry Stewart. 

Chief Hayes explained that the original request was for $50,000 for the 
ambulance reserve and $150,000 for the fire equipment reserve. The idea was 
to not have a spike in the tax rate at the time of purchase. At the present time 
there is less than $5,000 in that account and a major purchase will be made 
within the next couple of years. Chief Hayes spoke in opposition of the 
amendment. 

Doug Lambert explained the idea of funding future purchases and felt the people 
should not be taxed today for expenditures 4 -5 years down the road. Doug 
thought that this was going to fund an additional vehicle down the road and not 
replace one. Mr. Lambert spoke in favor of the Amendment. 

Jack Stephenson spoke in favor of the Amendment and explained the concerns 
of retired people and the burden of adding these costs to the tax rate. He 
explained that this is not the time to take money out of taxpayer's pockets when 
investments are down but it is time to conserve. 

Pat Labonte explained that we are in a financial crisis and money is being spent 
like there is no tomorrow. Mr. Labonte spoke in favor of a regional Fire 



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Department. He urged the Board of Selectmen to speak to other towns. Mr. 
Labonte spoke in favor of the Amendment. 

Joseph Wernig spoke in opposition of the Amendment and stated that Fire 
Department does an excellent job. 

Terry Stewart explained the Budget Committees position not to fund the 
$200,000 and brought current newspaper articles to explain the current financial 
state of the country. Terry spoke in favor of the Amendment. 

Jack Stephenson thanked the Fire Department for their quick response and 
supports the Amendment. 

Chief Hayes corrected the statement that Doug Lambert made in regards to 
replace a piece of equipment and will not increasing the fleet. 

Doug Lambert stated that this will not be taking away from the Fire Department. 

With no further discussion the Moderator called for a vote on the Amendment. 

The Moderator declared the Amendment Passed with a voice vote. 

No further discussion. 

Selectman Hayes read Article 19 as follows: 

ARTICLE 1 9 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 
two thousand dollars ($22,000) to be added to the Recreation Facilities Maintenance 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee 8 to 1 ) 

Motion By: Selectman Hayes 
Second By: Selectman Grant 

No discussion. 

Selectman Grant read Article 20 as follows: 

ARTICLE 20 - To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under 
the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of contracting services and purchasing 
equipment necessary for Digital Mapping and GIS Systems; and to raise and 
appropriate the sum of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be placed in this fund, and 
appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee 8 to 1 ) 



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Motion By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

John Ayer explained Town is trying to develop a computerized mapping system. 
The system will allow the Town to gather data information and access the 
information concerning zoning. 

No further discussion. 

Selectman Benavides read Article 21 as follows: 

ARTICLE 21 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred three thousand five hundred dollars ($103,500) for the purchase of a Light Duty 
Dump Truck with plow, and authorize the withdrawal of one hundred three thousand five 
hundred dollars ($103,500) from the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund. 
(Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Benavides 
Second By: Selectman Hayes 

No discussion. 

Selectman Hayes read Article 22 as follows: 

ARTICLE 22 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to be added to the Highway Equipment Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the 
Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Hayes 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

No discussion. 

Selectman Grant read Article 23 as follows: 

ARTICLE 23 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 
five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be added to the Glendale Boat and Launch Ramp 
Facilities Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote 
Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 



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No discussion. 

Selectman Benavides read Article 24 as follows: 

ARTICLE 24 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000) to be added to the Sewer Maintenance Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 11 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Benavides 
Second By: Selectman Hayes 

No discussion. 

Selectman Hayes read Article 25 as follows: 

ARTICLE 25 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Building Repair Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

Motion By: Selectman Hayes 
Second By: Selectman Grant 

Selectman Hayes explained the importance to keep adding to the fund as there 
are on going maintenance issues. If there is a catastrophic problem at the Town 
Hall other services would have to be cut. 

Mr. Hickok explained that it is illegal to over spend the budget and there is 
always funds left over at the end of the year. 

Selectman Hayes explained the issues and problems that occurred this year. He 
further explained that DPW had to give up some of the scheduled paving. 

No further discussion. 

Judy Scothorne a resident at Brookside Crossing#14 read Article 26 as follows: 

ARTICLE 26 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eight 
thousand seven hundred sixty-two dollars ($8,762) to support the operation of the 
Laconia Area Center of Community Action Program. The Laconia Area Center staff 
provides low income, elderly and disabled residents of Gilford assistance with basic 
needs such as fuel assistance, electric assistance, Meals-on-Wheels, rental assistance, 
security deposits for housing and maintain a food pantry accessible every day during 
business hours. In 2007 residents of Gilford received $336,160 in services through the 



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Community Action Program. (By Petition) (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by 
the Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the Budget Committee 10 to 1) 

Motion By: Judy Scothorne 
Second By: Rick Cote, Liberty Hill 

Judy explained the request for funding from the Town of Gilford and has asked 
the City of Laconia and five surrounding towns to help with funding. Judy 
explained that they use other sources to fund the programs. 

Richard Hickok explained the struggle of the Budget Committee's ability to have 
a positive vote. 

No further discussion. 

Lee Duncan read Article 27 as follows: 

ARTICLE 27 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 
six thousand dollars ($26,000) for the Youth Services Bureau; a local agency that 
provides programs and services aimed at preventing juvenile delinquency and 
empowering youth. The Youth Services Bureau provides programs and services which 
emphasize accountability, education, decision-making skills and self-esteem 
development in a positive, non-judgmental and confidential atmosphere. Programs and 
services are cost-effective and focus on reducing or preventing expensive court 
intervention and placements. (By Petition) (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended 
by the Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 2) 

Motion By: Lee Duncan 
Second By: Everett McLaughlin 

Lee explained the process the bureau uses to help juveniles and keep these 
issues out of the court system. The goal is to keep people from being 
incarcerated. This program allows for treatment on the local level. Legislature is 
being proposed to help with future funding. Lee spoke in favor of the Article. 

Leo Sanfacon spoke in favor of the Article. Leo urged the Budget Committee to 
come over and see what they do and take a tour of the facility. 

Doug Lambert said that he does understand and feels that local taxes should not 
have to fund this. Mr. Lambert spoke in opposition of the Article. 

Lisa Morris spoke in favor of all the out side agency programs. 

No further discussion. 

Ann Nichols a resident of 1140 Cherry Valley Rd. read Article 28 as follows: 



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ARTICLE 28 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of nine 
thousand four hundred two dollars and eighty-nine cents ($9,402.89) to Genesis 
Behavioral Health for the delivery of Emergency Mental Health Services. These 
services include access to Master's level clinicians and psychiatrists by individuals, 
schools, police and others, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. (By Petition) (Majority 
Vote Required) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the 
Budget Committee 6 to 5) 

Motion By: Ann Nichols 
Second By: Susan Smith 

Ms. Nichols explained the need for financial support for these emergency 
services. She further explained the role that the emergency service team 
provides during and after crisis. Many of these people have no insurance. A 
break down of services provided to the Town of Gilford residents was provided. 

Mr. Thomason spoke of the environment children are faced with today and thank 
their lucky stars they did not have to face these challenges. He spoke in favor of 
the amendment. 

No further discussion. 

Richard Keller a resident of 59 Belknap Mtn. Rd. read Article 29 as follows: 

ARTICLE 29 - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two 
thousand dollars ($2,000) to New Beginnings, the Center for intervention, support and 
advocacy for those whose lives have been affected by domestic, sexual and stalking 
violence, and these services include access to crisis line, staff and advocates by 
individuals, schools, police, hospitals and others, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. 
(By Petition) (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not 
recommended by the Budget Committee 6 to 5) 

Motion By: Richard Keller 
Second By: Polly Sanfacon 

Mr. Kelleher explained the services provided and location of the New Beginnings 
shelter. He explained the use through the Gilford Police Department. Mr. 
Kelleher spoke in favor of the Article. 

Meg Jenkins spoke in favor of the Article. 

Terry Stewart spoke in opposition of the Article. Mr. Stewart further explained 
that we are already supporting these agencies through our state and federal tax 
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Leo Sanfacon spoke in favor of the Article and invited IVIr. Stewart to visit these 4 
non-profits that he belongs to. He encouraged the Budget Committee to come 
and see what is going on in these communities and stated that this society is in 
trouble. 

Terry Stewart said he would be more than happy to shadow Mr. Sanfacon and 
would donate his time. 

Jack Stephenson spoke in opposition to the Article because of the economic 
times and feels it should be a matter of choice but do not take it out of the tax 
dollars. 

No further discussion. 

Doug Lambert read Article 30 as follows: 

ARTICLE 30 - To see if the voters agree to have the Town's Annual Payroll Report and 
Annual Vendor Payment Report published in the Town Report, beginning in 2010. 
Reports will include names and all benefit costs. This article will remain in effect until 
rescinded by the voters. (By Petition) 

Motion By: Doug Lambert 
Second By: Dale Channing Eddy 

Mr. Lambert explained that he would like information posted in the annual town 
report. He feels this would give a good financial picture. He demonstrated the 
Town of Loudon, Town of Hampstead and the Town of Hudson which provides 
the information in their annual report. 

Pat Labonte spoke in favor of the article. 

Selectman Benavides explained that there is not one employee that has received 
a cola (cost of living adjustment). However, the merit increase is based on a 
percentage. 

Motion By: Tim Sullivan made a motion to amend the article to read by position and not 

by the individual's name. 

Seconded by: Carolyn Young-Podmore 

The Moderator declared that the voice vote was in the affirmative and the 
amendment Passed. 

No further discussion. 

The Moderator read Article 31 as follows: 



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ARTICLE 31 - To see if the Town will vote to appoint the Library Trustees as agents to 
expend from the New Library Capital Reserve Fund previously established in 2000. 
(Majority Vote Required) 

Motion By: Robert Kammeraad 
Second By: Dale Pattison Eddy 



Mr. Kammeraad explained the problems of having to expend with a warrant 
article and this process would eliminate the need for a warrant article. 

Doug Lambert spoke in opposition of the Article. He would like to see the money 
returned to the taxpayers. 

Mr. Kammeraad explained the role of the Library Trustee and the cost of the geo- 
thermal heating at no additional cost to the taxpayer. 

Leo Sanfacon explained it is a result interest of past money appropriations. It is 
coming forward because there were no agents listed. The intent was to be spent 
on Library items. 

No further discussion. 

Selectman Grant read Article 32 as follows: 

ARTICLE 32 - To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
convey to the County of Belknap, a 0.78 (+/-) acre parcel of land situated within the 
Weeks Town Forest and more particularly referenced as an easement area in a deed 
recorded at the Belknap County Registry of Deeds at Book 961, Page 374 and also 
shown as an easement area on a Survey Plan recorded at the Belknap County Registry 
of Deeds at Drawer L61 , Plan 41 ; whereby said parcel is currently used and maintained 
as a ski trail; under such terms and conditions as the Selectmen may deem to be in the 
best interest of the Town. (Majority Vote Required) 

Motion By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

Mr. Dunn Explained that this request came to the Selectman from the 
Conservation Commission. 

No further discussion ■ 

Selectman Benavides read Article 33 as follows: 

ARTICLE 33 - To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
convey to Gilford Village Knolls, Inc., a 3.19 (+/-) acre parcel of land situated at 43 



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Potter Hill Road and more particularly referenced at Tax Map 226, Lot 78-1; under such 
terms and conditions as the Selectmen may deem to be in the best interest of the Town; 
provided that the sale price shall not be less than the original purchase price of one 
hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000). (Majority Vote Required) 

Motion By: Selectman Benavides 
Second By: Selectman Hayes 

Motion By: Ken Wilson amend Article 33 to read as follows: "To see if the Town will 
vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to convey to Gilford Village Knolls, Inc., a 3/19 
(+/-) acre parcel of land situated at 43 Potter Hill Road and more particularly referenced 
at Tax Map 226, Lot 78-1 ; under such terms and conditions as the Selectmen may 
deem to be in the best interest of the Town; provided that the sale price shall be based 
on a fair market appraisal to be completed by an appraiser acceptable to both the Town 
and Gilford Village Knolls, Inc., but in no event to be less than $110, 000." 
Seconded by: Alida Millham 

Mr. Wilson explained that the negations with the town for Gilford Village Knolls. 
They would like to proceed with the project but at the current value of the land. 

Terry Stewart asked about the issue and challenges for building on the property. 

Selectman Grant expressed that the Board felt they could sit on the property at 
no additional cost but wants to recoup the total cost of the purchase for the 
taxpayer. 

Jack Stephenson explained that it would be a difficult piece of property to do 
anything on. He thinks Mr. Wilson should change the amendment to include the 
assessed price. 

Mr. Benavides reminded everyone that the Board is in favor to support the Gilford 
Village Knolls and the senior housing. However, he wanted to recoup the original 
cost to the taxpayer. 

Alida Millham explained the $1 10,000 minimum would recoup the town's 
obligation and that $40,000 was raised as private funds. 

Richard Hickok spoke in behalf of the BC and the approach was to have patience 
for the market to bounce back. 

Dale Channing Eddy asked about taking the loss of the donated money. 

Doug Lambert is opposed to the sale of the land to a non-profit organization due 
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Everett McLaughlin wanted to know if the banks would be looking at the 
appraised value. 

Mr. Wilson said that more than likely it would not be a financial institution that 
would lend but a private lender and they would still be interested in the value. 

A hand count was performed with the following results: 

YES -42 NO -21 

The Moderator declared the amendment Passed. 

No further discussion. 

Selectman Hayes read Article 34 as follows: 

ARTICLE 34 - To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Central Fire Station 
Expansion and Renovation Capital Reserve Fund previously established in 1995, in 
accordance with the provisions of RSA 35:1 6-a. (Majority Vote Required) 

Motion By: Selectman Hayes 
Second By: Selectman Grant 

Selectman Hayes explained that there no longer need for the fund. 

No further discussion. 

Motion to Adjourn By: Selectman Grant 
Second By: Selectman Benavides 

Respectfully submitted, 



Denise A. Morrissette 
Town Clerk - Tax Collector 



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Town of Gilford, New Hampshire 

"Second Session" Election Results 

March 10,2009 




The polling place was moved to the Gilford High School Gymnasium by the 
Board of Selectmen due to water damage at the Gilford Middle School 
Gymnasium. The polling place change was determined on March 5'^ and 
announced through the local media. The polls were readied with instructions in 
the booths and posting of sample ballots, instructions, and warrants. The 2008 
Town reports were available. Inspectors of Elections were Doris MacHaffie, 
Sandy Beland, Claire Stinson, Diane Tinkham and Sheldon Morgan. 

The vote tabulator machine had been tested on Thursday, March 5, 2008 at 2:30 
p.m. in Conference Room B at the Gilford Town Hall. Ballots were counted at the 
same time and put into sets of 25 for Election Day. Peter Millham, Denise 
Morrissette, Sandy Beland and Wayne Snow conducted the testing and counted 
the ballots. The testing of the machine confirmed with the hand tally and was 
found to be working 1 00% accurately. 

The Inspectors of Elections were Instructed to give a full set of ballots (two white 
town ballots and one yellow school ballot) to each voter. Moderator Millham 
cautioned about electioneering. The Moderator explained Article 9 was a bond 
issue and a 2/3 vote would be needed for passage instead of a majority vote. 
Moderator Millham continued to read the warrant through Article 1 . A motion was 
made a motion to skip the reading of the warrant as it was already posted. 
Morrissette seconded the motion. All present were in favor. The polling box was 
verified that it was empty before the first voter was checked-in. The polls were 
declared opened at 7:08 a.m. 

The Moderator gave Morrissette a receipt for 101 cast (absentee) ballots and 
3,440 uncast (official) ballots. The second voter to pass through the polls 
jammed a ballot in the machine. The jammed ballot was pulled through the back 
of the machine and inadvertently reinserted. At 1:00 p.m. Moderator Millham, 
School District Moderator John Cameron, Selectman Benavides, Selectman 
Hayes and Morrissette began processing absentee ballots. Millham announced 



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the names and addresses as Selectman Benavides opened the ballots to be 
processed. Cameron, Hayes and Morrissette placed the ballots in the machine 
for counting. 

At 6:55 p.m. two ballots were jammed in the voting machine; one ballot was 
slightly ripped when it was pulled out. The ripped ballot was hand counted to 
prevent another jam in the machine. At 7:00 p.m. the Moderator announced the 
polls closed, a few voters were in the booth completing their ballots. When all 
the booths were emptied Millham and Morrissette began running the results of 
the tally machine and emptying the ballot boxes to count the write-in candidates. 
Millham organized teams of officials together for the counting of the write-ins. 
The Moderator read the results. 

The total number of registered voters at the opening of the polls was 6309; at the 
close of the polls 1 newly registered voter was added to the list for a total of 6910 
registered voters. The total numbers of ballots cast were 1344 (including 
absentee ballots). The results ended with a 21% voter turn out. 

ARTICLE 1: To choose the necessary Town Officers for the following year; to 
wit: 

The following are the Town Election results: 

SELECTMAN THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN ONE: 

DALE CHANNING EDDY 413 

JOSEPH F. HOFFMAN 71 

JOHN T. O'BRIEN 760 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Everett McLaughlin 1 

Jerry Gagnon 1 

Greg Dickinson 1 

Dale Dormody 1 

FIRE ENGINEER THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 
ONE: 

WILLIAM R. AKERLEY 1043 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Scott Mooney 2 

Jack McDevitt 2 

Fictional Character 1 



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BUDGET COMMITTEE THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE 
THAN THREE: 



DAVID "SKIP" MURPHY 


634 


(Elected) 


PHYLLIS M. CORRIGAN 


615 


(Elected) 


MARK CORRY 


481 




JEAN M. LAVIN 


443 




RICHARD C. HICKOK 


641 


(Elected) 


JOSEPH F. HOFFMAN 


107 




RICHARD YOUNG 


447 




Write-in: 






Pat Labonte 






Dicl< Campbell 






Phil Arel 






Leo Sanfacon 






Everett McLaughlin 







TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT 
MORE THAN ONE: 

LEO SANFACON 1058 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Joe Hoffman 2 

Fred Richardson 1 

Fictional Character 1 

LIBRARY TRUSTEE THREE-YEAR TERM VOTE NOT MORE THAN 
TWO: 

ROBERT KAMMERAAD 845 (Elected) 

JOHN "JACK" P. LACOMBE 893 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Richard "Dick" Swan 6 

Dick Waite 1 

Marcy Callahan 1 

Joe Hoffman 1 

Fictional Character 1 



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CEMETERY TRUSTEE THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE 
THAN ONE: 



SUSAN LEACH 

Write-in: 

Doris "Dee" Chitty 
Rick Andrews 
Joanne McNulty 
Joe Hoffman 



1022 (Elected) 



11 

7 
1 
1 



CEMETERY TRUSTEE TWO YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE 
THAN ONE: 

(NO ONE FILED DURING FILING PERIOD) 



Write-in: 




Doris "Dee" Chitty 


25 (Elected) 


Rick Andrews 


11 


Joseph Hoffman 


5 


Sean Murphy 


3 


Carolyn Scattergood 


2 


Peter Sawyer 


2 


Joanne McNulty 


2 


Judith Cott 


2 


Jeff Boran 




Carol Hoper 




Heather Labonte 




Wayne Snow 




Kurt Huston 




Steve Carrier 




Leo Sanfacon 




Jim Babcock 




Gary Shannon 




Norm Soucy 




Peter Millham 




Armand Godbout 




Chuck Coons 




Dale Eddy 




Jerry Murphy 




Ruth McLaughlin 




James Colby 




David Emond 




Lorraine Royce 




Kim Barron 




Roger Sawyer 





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CEMETERY TRUSTEE TWO YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE 
THAN ONE: 



Write-ins Continued: 
Fictional Cliaracter 



1 



CEMETERY TRUSTEE ONE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE 
THAN ONE: 



(NO ONE FILED DURING FILING PERIOD) 



Write-In: 

Doris "Dee" Chitty 

Peter Sawyer 
Karen Craver 
Peter Sawyer 
Judith Cott 
Sean Murphy 
Rick Andrews 
John Goodhue 
Phyllis Corrigan 
Jerry Murphy 
Steve Richmond 
Bill Seed 
Brad Thompson 
Pat Labonte 
Joe Wernig 
Heather Labonte 
Doris MacHaffie 
Charlie Partridge 
Norm Godbout 
Doug Dade 
Alida Millham 
Gary Lavalle 
Fictional Character 



13 (Elected) 
3 
2 
2 
2 



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ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT QUESTIONS 



ARTICLE 2: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendnnent Number 1 as 
proposed by the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

Create a new Article 20, Small Wind Energy Systems, to regulate 
development, placement, and use of Small Wind Energy Systems; 
and renumber the existing Article 20 and subsequent Articles as 
Articles 21 through 25 respectively? 

YES -940 NO -299 PASSED 

ARTICLE 3: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 2 as ■ 
proposed by the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance 
as follows: 

Amend the Official Zoning Map of the Town of Gilford by changing 
the zoning of approximately 90 acres located at the southerly end 
of Blaisdell Avenue, from the Industrial (I) and Limited Residential 
(LR) Zones to the Commercial (C) Zone? 

YES-907 NO-312 PASSED 

ARTICLE 4 : Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 3 as 
proposed by the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

Amend Article 3, Definitions, by adding a new definition for 
"Bunkhouse" which is an accessory building to a single-family 
dwelling used as sleeping quarters for guests staying at the 
dwelling? 

YES - 876 NO - 372 PASSED 



ARTICLE 5: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 4 as 
proposed by the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 



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Amend Section 4.3, table of Commercial Uses, by changing the 
designation of certain commercial uses as permitted uses, uses 
permitted by special exception, or uses not permitted in the 
Commercial, Professional Commercial, Resort Commercial, and 
Industrial zones? 

YES - 788 NO - 385 PASSED 

ARTICLE 6: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 5 as 
proposed by the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

Amend Section 5.1 .2, Minimum Lot Dimension, by deleting the 
existing subparagraph (d) which allows lots with smaller than 
standard frontage, and replacing it with a revised subparagraph (d), 
which will allow lots with smaller than standard frontage but will add 
restrictions and further clarify the existing standards? 

YES - 805 NO - 4 1 6 PASSED 

ARTICLE 7: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 6 as 
proposed by the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

Amend Section 8.2.1 .5, Signs Not Allowed, by amending 
Subsection (d) to eliminate the exception allowing offsite signs 
erected in deeded rights-of-way and the related provisions for such 
signs? 

YES -742 NO -437 PASSED 

Other Municipal Articles 



ARTICLE 8: Are you in favor of adopting a revised Fire Prevention Code as 
proposed by the Gilford Fire Engineers and recommended by the Gilford 
Planning Board, whereby the current Fire Prevention Code will be repealed and 
the revised Fire Prevention Code will reference more recent editions of National 
Fire Protection Association codes as adopted and amended within the State Fire 
Code; and furthermore, to add provisions for the creation of a Town of Gilford 
Fire Code Handbook, requirements for the installation of fire alarm systems, 
revisions to the system of fines for false alarms, establishment of standards for 
non-residential sprinkler suppression systems, provisions for access to fire alarm 
systems and establishes general fire safety requirements along with a system of 



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permits, fees and penalties? (A copy of the entire proposed text is on file with 
the Town Clerk for public inspection.) 

YES - 739 NO - 525 PASSED 

ARTICLE 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
million five hundred eighty thousand dollars ($1 ,580,000) (gross budget) for the 
construction and renovation of an expanded police station, to include a geo- 
thermal climate control system, and to authorize the issuance of not more than 
one million two hundred thousand dollars ($1 ,200,000) of bonds or notes in 
accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33) and to 
authorize the Board of Selectmen to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes 
and to determine the interest rate thereon; with the balance of three hundred 
eighty thousand dollars ($380,000) to come from surplus fund balance. (3/5 
Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7 to 2) 

YES -661 NO -647 FAILED 

ARTICLE 10: Shall the Town raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not 
including appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations 
voted separately, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant or 
as amended by vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, 
totaling $1 1 ,041 ,931 ? Should this article be defeated, the default budget shall be 
$10,725,323, which is the same as last year, with certain adjustments required 
by previous action of the Town or by law; or the Board of Selectmen may hold 
one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the 
issue of a revised operating budget only. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 877 NO - 405 PASSED 

ARTICLE 11: To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost items included in 
the two year collective bargaining agreement reached between the Board of 
Selectmen and Teamsters Local 633 on behalf of certain Police Department 
employees, which calls for an estimated increase of thirty-five thousand four 
hundred seventy-nine dollars ($35,479) for wages and benefits at the current 
staffing levels for the year 2009 and an estimated increase of forty-eight 
thousand nine hundred two dollars ($48,902) for wages and benefits at the 
current staffing levels for the year 2010; and furthermore, to raise and 
appropriate the sum of thirty-five thousand four hundred seventy-nine dollars 
($35,479), such sum representing the estimated additional costs necessary to 
fund the collective bargaining agreement in the current fiscal year over the 
appropriation for wages and benefits paid in the prior fiscal year. (Majority Vote 



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Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 787 NO - 497 PASSED 

ARTICLE 12: Shall the Town, if Article 1 1 is defeated, vote to authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 
1 1 cost items only?" (Majority Vote Required) 

YES - 822 NO - 4 1 6 PASSED 

ARTICLE 13: To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost items included in 
the one year collective bargaining agreement reached between the Board of 
Selectmen and AFSCME Local 534 on behalf of certain Public Works 
Department employees, which calls for an estimated increase of thirty thousand 
five hundred ninety-three dollars ($30,593) for wages and benefits at the current 
staffing levels for the year 2009; and furthermore, to raise and appropriate the 
sum of thirty thousand five hundred ninety-three dollars ($30,593), such sum 
representing the estimated additional costs necessary to fund the collective 
bargaining agreement in the current fiscal year over the appropriation for wages 
and benefits paid in the prior fiscal year. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 8 to 1 ) 

YES -815 NO -465 PASSED 

ARTICLE 14: Shall the Town, if Article 13 is defeated, vote to authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 
13 cost items only?" (Majority Vote Required) 

YES - 816 NO - 437 PASSED 

ARTICLE 15: To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund 
under the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of purchasing Technology 
Upgrades, to include computer items, copy machines, telecommunication items 
and similar products; and to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand 
dollars ($20,000) to be placed in this fund, and appoint the Board of Selectmen 
as agents to expend. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the Budget Committee 5 to 4) 

YES - 52 1 NO - 760 FAILED 

ARTICLE 16: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Compensated Absences 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) 



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(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 856 NO - 4 1 4 PASSED 

ARTICLE 17: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Water Supply Maintenance 
Capital Resen/e Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 899 NO - 378 PASSED 

ARTICLE 18: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to be added to the Fire Equipment Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended 
by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 7 
to 2) 

YES -835 NO -447 PASSED 

ARTICLE 19: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000) to be added to the Recreation Facilities 
Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote 
Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee 8 to 1 ) 

YES - 854 NO - 427 PASSED 

ARTICLE 20: To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund 
under the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of contracting services and 
purchasing equipment necessary for Digital Mapping and GIS Systems; and to 
raise and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be placed 
in this fund, and appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. (Majority 
Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8 to 1) 

YES - 6 1 2 NO - 659 FAILED 



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ARTICLE 21: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
one hundred three thousand five hundred dollars ($103,500) for the purchase of 
a Light Duty Dump Truck with plow, and authorize the withdrawal of one hundred 
three thousand five hundred dollars ($103,500) from the Highway Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board 
of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 948 NO - 344 PASSED 

ARTICLE 22: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to be added to the Highway Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 845 NO - 395 PASSED 

ARTICLE 23: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be added to the Glendale Boat and 
Launch Ramp Facilities Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund previously 
established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 0) 

YES - 824 NO - 459 PASSED 

ARTICLE 24: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be added to the Sewer Maintenance Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended 
by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 1 1 
toO) 

YES - 888 NO - 394 PASSED 

ARTICLE 25: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Building Repair Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended 
by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the Budget Committee 
9to0) 

YES -580 NO -695 FAILED 

ARTICLE 26: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
eight thousand seven hundred sixty-two dollars ($8,762) to support the operation 
of the Laconia Area Center of Community Action Program. The Laconia Area 
Center staff provides low income, elderly and disabled residents of Gilford 
assistance with basic needs such as fuel assistance, electric assistance, Meals- 
on-Wheels, rental assistance, security deposits for housing and maintain a food 



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pantry accessible every day during business hours. In 2007 residents of Gilford 
received $336,160 in services through the Community Action Program. (By 
Petition) (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Not recommended by the Budget Committee 10 to 1) 

YES -777 NO -526 PASSED 

ARTICLE 27: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
twenty-six thousand dollars ($26,000) for the Youth Services Bureau; a local 
agency that provides programs and services aimed at preventing juvenile 
delinquency and empowering youth. The Youth Services Bureau provides 
programs and services which emphasize accountability, education, decision- 
making skills and self-esteem development in a positive, non-judgmental and 
confidential atmosphere. Programs and services are cost-effective and focus on 
reducing or preventing expensive court intervention and placements. (By 
Petition) (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Not recommended by the Budget Committee 9 to 2) 

YES -624 NO -653 FAILED 

ARTICLE 28: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
nine thousand four hundred two dollars and eighty-nine cents ($9,402.89) to 
Genesis Behavioral Health for the delivery of Emergency Mental Health Services. 
These services include access to Master's level clinicians and psychiatrists by 
individuals, schools, police and others, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. (By 
Petition) (Majority Vote Required) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3 to 0) 
(Not recommended by the Budget Committee 6 to 5) 

YES -584 NO -694 FAILED 

ARTICLE 29: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
two thousand dollars ($2,000) to New Beginnings, the Center for intervention, 
support and advocacy for those whose lives have been affected by domestic, 
sexual and stalking violence, and these services include access to crisis line, 
staff and advocates by individuals, schools, police, hospitals and others, 24 
hours per day, 7 days per week. (By Petition) (Majority Vote Required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3 to 0) (Not recommended by the Budget 
Committee 6 to 5) 

YES - 672 NO - 6 1 8 PASSED 



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ARTICLE 30: 

To see if the voters agree to have the Town's Annual Payroll Report and Annual 
Vendor Payment Report published in the Town Report, beginning in 2010. 
Reports will include positions and all benefit costs. This article will remain in 
effect until rescinded by the voters. (By Petition) 

YES - 860 NO - 398 PASSED 



ARTICLE 31: To see if the Town will vote to appoint the Library Trustees as 
agents to expend from the New Library Capital Reserve Fund previously 
established in 2000. (Majority Vote Required) 

YES - 726 NO - 466 PASSED 



ARTICLE 32: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to convey to the County of Belknap, a 0.78 (+/-) acre parcel of land situated 
within the Weeks Town Forest and more particularly referenced as an easement 
area in a deed recorded at the Belknap County Registry of Deeds at Book 961 , 
Page 374 and also shown as an easement area on a Survey Plan recorded at 
the Belknap County Registry of Deeds at Drawer L61 , Plan 41 ; whereby said 
parcel is currently used and maintained as a ski trail; under such terms and 
conditions as the Selectmen may deem to be in the best interest of the Town. 
(Majority Vote Required) 

YES - 945 NO - 266 PASSED 



ARTICLE 33: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to convey to Gilford Village Knolls, Inc., a 3.19 (+/-) acre parcel of land situated at 
43 Potter Hill Road and more particularly referenced at Tax Map 226, Lot 78-1; 
under such terms and conditions as the Selectmen may deem to be in the best 
interest of the Town; provided that the sale price shall be based on a fair market 
appraisal to be completed by an appraiser acceptable to both the Town of Gilford 
and Gilford Village Knolls, but in no event to be less than one hundred ten 
thousand dollars ($1 10,000). (Majority Vote Required) 

YES - 770 NO - 477 PASSED 



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ARTICLE 34: To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Central Fire Station 
Expansion and Renovation Capital Reserve Fund previously established in 1995, 
in accordance with the provisions of RSA 35:16-a. (Majority Vote Required) 

YES - 958 NO - 234 PASSED 

The School District results are reported separately and kept by the School 
District Clerk. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Denise A. Morrissette, NHCTC-TC 
Town Clerk - Tax Collector 



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REPORT OF THE GUNSTOCK ACRES 
VILLAGE WATER DISTRICT 

On May 30, 1981 the citizens of Gunstock Acres voted to create the Gunstock Acres Village 
District, pursuant to RSA Chapter 52. It was subsequently renamed, Gunstock Acres 
Village Water District, to reflect the district's purpose. This year nnarks the 28"^ year of the 
district's existence. The Gunstock Acres community has continued to grow over the ensuing 
years and the Water District has been able to live up to the challenge of servicing the ever 
growing community. We are now delivering more than 80,000 gallons of water per day and 
the District services over 750 accounts. Today, the water district is fully prepared to absorb 
the needs of all possible growth in our community. 

The Water District is self funding accruing no cost to the Town of Gilford. Our operation is 
funded by assessment to the members of our community and a precinct tax leveled at the 
property owners. 

The GAVWD Commissioners have continued their focus on improving the security and 
operations of the Water District. In keeping with that focus the following items are of 
interest. 1 . The Scada system that is designed to insure prompt notification of any leakage 
in the system has been installed and is presently going through a shakedown test. This 
system should guarantee a high degree of conservation. 2. We have recently completed 
fencing in all our well head areas to insure that the well heads are secure. 3. We have 
applied for a state grant and that grant has been awarded. This will further secure our well 
heads by installing an alarm system on those well heads. Any tampering will set off alarms 
in our system. 

Other issues of interest are: 

John O'Brien resigned as a commissioner after his election to the select board. 

Al Herte was appointed to fill out John O'Brien term. 

Fred Butler was appointed to represent the Water District on the Budget Committee. 

Work continues with High Point Development to bring that development into the Water 
District. 

Our operator is Wade Crawshaw, C&C Water Services 

Commissioners 

Bob Dalton, Al Herte, Howard Epstein 

Clerk 

Susan Dalton 

Treasurer 

Dr. Robert Dion 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 



Of the Town of Gilford, NH in Belknap County 
for the Fiscal Year Ended in December 31 , 2009 



CERTIFICATE 



This is to certify that the information in this report was taken from official records and is 
correct to the best of our knowledge and belief. 



Gus Benavides, Chairman 
J. Kevin Hayes 
John T. O'Brien 

Board of Selectmen 
Karen Saunders 

Town Treasurer 



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TOWN OF GILFORD 




n 




2009 REVENUE SUMMARY 








(preliminary unaudited) 






Account 








Over/(Under) 


Code 


Description 
TAX REVENUES 


Anticipated 


Actual 


Collected 


3185 


Timber Taxes 


$7,500 


$4,433 


($3,067) 


3187 


Excavation Taxes 


$1,000 


$26 


($974) 


3186 


Payment in Lieu of Taxes 


$13,000 


$14,528 


$1,528 


3190 


Interest & Costs on Taxes 


$140,300 


$160,541 


$20,241 






$161,800 


$179,528 


$17,728 




LICENSES, PERMITS, AND 










FEES 








3210 


Business Licenses & Fees 


$73,710 


$78,491 


$4,781 


3220 


MV Registrations 


$1,593,500 


$1,465,486 


($128,014) 


3230 


Building Permits 


$55,900 


$30,365 


($25,535) 


3290 


Other Licenses & Fees 


$8,250 


$8,891 


$641 






$1,731,360 


$1,583,233 


($148,127) 




STATE AND FEDERAL 










REVENUES 








3351 


Shared Revenues 


$77,262 


$0 


($77,262) 


3352 


State Room & Meals Tax 


$300,000 


$329,612 


$29,612 


3353 


Highway Block Grant 


$199,706 


$199,706 


$0 


3354 


State Water Pollution Grant 


$38,377 


$38,377 


$0 


3356 


State Forest Land Reimbursement 


$1,400 


$1,597 


$197 


3359 


Other Grants 


$0 


$27,599 


$27,599 






$616,745 


$596,892 


($19,854) 




INCOME FROM DEPARTMENTS 








3401 


Administrative Revenue 


$5,600 


$3,121 


($2,479) 


3401 


Town Clerk Revenue 


$7,300 


$18,987 


$11,687 


3401 


Police Revenue 


$95,050 


$75,551 


($19,499) 


3401 


Fire/Ambulance Revenue 


$140,000 


$205,875 


$65,875 


3401 


Parks & Recreation Revenue 


$5,204 


$6,046 


$842 


3401 


Planning & Land Use Revenue 


$13,200 


$10,057 


($3,143) 


3401 


Public Works Revenue 


$1,400 


$3,565 


$2,165 


3401 


Solid Waste Revenue 


$93,500 


$96,292 


$2,792 






$361,254 


$419,494 


$58,240 

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Account 
Code 



Description 



TOWN OF GILFORD 

2009 REVENUE SUMMARY 

(preliminary unaudited) 

Anticipated 



Actual 



Over/(Under) 
Collected 



MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 



3500 


Special Assessments 


$6,000 


$6,542 


$542 


3501 


Sale of Municipal Property 


$12,000 


$43,896 


$31,896 


3502 


Interest on Deposits 


$120,000 


$45,499 


($74,501) 


3503 


Facility Rental 


$9,000 


$2,640 


($6,360) 


3504 


Fines & forfeitures 


$12,500 


$29,956 


$17,456 


3503- 










3509 


Other Reimbursements 


$2,500 


$7,976 


$5,476 



$162,000 



$136,509 



($25,491) 



TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS 

3913 Transfers from Capital Project Funds 
3915 Transfer from Capital Reserves 



$0 


$162,000 


$162,000 


$103,500 


$92,996 


($10,504) 


$103,500 


$254,996 


$151,496 


$3,136,659 


$3,170,652 


$33,993 



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Account 
Code 



Description 



TOWN OF GILFORD 

2009 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY 

(preliminary unaudited) 

Appropriation 



Expended / 
Encumbered 



Remaining 



GENERAL GOVERNIVIENT 



4130- 










4139 


Executive 


$380,367 


$368,721 


$11,646 


4140- 










4149 


Election, Registration & Vital Stats 


$275,546 


$260,983 


$14,563 


4150- 










4159 


Financial Administration 


$152,000 


$151,556 


$444 


4152 


Revaluation of Property 


$198,980 


$197,768 


$1,212 


4153 


Legal Expenses 


$90,600 


$80,318 


$10,282 


4155- 










4159 


Personnel Administration 


$1,961,469 


$1,908,147 


$53,322 


4191- 










4193 


Planning & Zoning 


$228,670 


$223,907 


$4,763 


4194 


General Government Buildings 


$280,332 


$279,720 


$612 


4195 


Cemeteries 


$33,400 


$32,775 


$625 


4196 


Town Insurances 


$90,300 


$92,859 


($2,559) 


4197 


Regional Associations 


$8,440 


$8,444 


($4) 






$3,700,104 


$3,605,199 


$94,905 




PUBLIC SAFETY 








4210- 










4214 


Police Department 


$1,514,880 


$1,472,770 


$42,110 


4220- 










4229 


Fire/Ambulance Department 


$1,150,817 


$1,150,763 


$54 


4290- 










4298 


Emergency Management 


$1,000 


$0 


$1,000 


4299 


Other 


$4,300 


$1,618 


$2,682 






$2,670,997 


$2,625,150 


$45,847 




PUBLIC WORKS 








4311 


Public Works Administration 


$179,914 


$168,971 


$10,943 


4312 


Highways & Streets 


$1,601,207 


$1,499,173 


$102,034 


4313 


Bridges 


$10,000 


$0 


$10,000 


4316 


Street Lighting 


$23,779 


$23,395 


$384 


4319 


Vehicle Maintenance 


$278,123 


$238,961 


$39,162 


4324 


Solid Waste 


$570,142 


$538,970 


$31,172 






$2,663,165 


$2,469,470 


$193,695 



4411- 
4414 



HEALTH & WELFARE 



Health Administration 



$11,650 



$11,650 



$0 



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Account 




Code 


Description 


4415- 




4419 


Health Services 


4441- 




4442 


Welfare . ' 




CULTURE, RECREATION. & 




CONSERVATION 



TOWN OF GILFORD 
2009 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY 

(preliminary unaudited) 

Appropriation 



$37,662 
$77,000 



4520- 
4529 
4550- 
4559 

4583 
4611- 
4612 


Parks & Recreation 

Library 

Patriotic Purposes 

Conservation Commis 
DEBT SERVICE 


4711 
4721 
4723 


Principal - Long Term 
Interest - Long Term B 
Tax Anticipation Notes 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 


4902 
4909 
4915 


Vehicles & Equipment 
Other Capital 
Capital Reserves 



OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT 

3913 Sewer Fund 
3915 Laconia Water 



$126,312 



$205,447 



$504,741 



$435,450 



Expended / 
Encumbered 



$37,662 

$59,152 
$108,464 



$204,322 



$504,739 



$418,691 



Remaining 

$0 

$17,848 
$17,848 

$1,125 



$294,216 


$293,907 


$309 


$125 


$106 


$19 


$19,400 


$18,627 


$773 


$519,188 


$516,961 


$2,227 


$406,809 


$406,809 


$0 


$97,931 


$97,930 


$1 


$1 


$0 


$1 



$2 



$218,450 


$199,941 


$18,509 


$0 


$1,750 


($1,750) 


$217,000 


$217,000 


$0 



$16,759 



$792,723 

$46,585 

$839,308 


$809,114 

$46,585 

$855,699 


($16,391) 

$0 

($16,391) 


$11,459,265 


$11,104,374 


$354,891 



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TOWN OF GILFORD 






2009 SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 








(as of April 1st, 2009) 








Acres 


Valuation 


Total 




LAND 










Current Use 


9,261 


$867,400 






Consen/ation Restriction 


419 


$26,830 






Residential 


19,869 


$655,788,490 






Commercial / Industrial 


1,009 


$49,342,470 


$706,025,190 




BUILDING 










Residential 




$713,477,860 






Manufactured Housing 




$19,011,400 






Commercial / Industrial 




$107,155,080 


$839,644,340 




PUBLIC UTILITIES 










Electric 




$5,603,000 






Gas 




$436,000 






Water & Sewer 




$134,830 


$6,173,830 




GROSS VALUATION 










EXEMPTIONS 










Disabled Veteran 




$217,540 






Blind 




$45,000 






Elderly 




$3,982,200 


($4,244,740) 




NET TAXABLE VALUATION 






$1,547,598,620 




1 TAX EXEMPT & NON-TAXABLE 










Land 


7,068 


$58,036,120 






Building 




$41,611,760 






TOTAL TAX EXEMPT & NON-TAXABLE VALUATION 




$99,647,880 





98 



TOWN OF GILFORD 
2009 TAX RATE CALCULATION 



Total Taxable Assessment 
State Ed. Taxable Assessment 

TOWN PORTION 

Total Appropriations 

less: Town Revenues 
Fund Balance 
State Shared Revenue 

add: Overlay 

War Service Credits 

Net Appropriation (raised by tax) 

SCHOOL PORTION 

Total Appropriations 

less: Tow/n Revenues 

Adequate Education Grant 
State Education Taxes 

Net Appropriation (raised by tax) 

STATE EDUCATION TAX PORTION 

Local State Ed. Valuation 
Equalized Valuation 
x State Ed. Tax Rate 
State Ed. Taxes to be raise 

COUNTY PORTION 

Due to County 

less: State Shared Revenue 

Net Appropriation (raised by tax) 



11,459,265 

(3,986,670) 

(450,000) 

98,296 
291,000 



23,316,816 

(5,584,250) 

(624,118) 

(3,869,151) 



1,541,424,790 

1,812,248,619 

2.14 



2,345,952 



$1,547,598,620 
$ 1,541,424,790 



$ 7,411,891 



$ 13,239,297 



Total Property Taxes Assessed 
less: War Service Credits 
add: GAVWD Precinct Commitment 
Total Property Taxes Committed 



Town Rate 
$4.79 



Local 

School Rate 

$8.55 



$ 


3,869,151 


State Ed. 
Rate 
$2.51 


$ 


2,345,952 


County Rate 
$1.52 

Total 

Tax Rate 

$17.37 


$ 
$ 


26,866,291 
(291,000) 
29,186 


$ 


26,604,477 



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MS-61 Pg.1 



TAX 

For the Municipality of: 



COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

Gilford Period: 01/01/09-12/31/09 

DEBITS 



UNCOLLECTED TAXES- 
BEG. OF YEAR* 


Levy 
2009 


PRIOR LEVIES 


2008 


2007 


2006-Prior 


Property Taxes 




$1,563,308.91 






Capital Cost 




13,054.46 






Land Use Change 




13,612.00 






Yield Taxes 










Excavation Tax/Gravel Tax 










Sewer Tax 




44,139.70 






Gunstock Acres Water 




20,124.03 






Cherry Valley Betterment 




672.00 






Lockes Hill Betterment 




10.00 






Interest 










VBET 




1,225.00 






Other charges - Bad Check 




100.00 







TAXES COMMITTED THIS YEAR 



Property Taxes & Jeopardy 


$26,641,519.00 


80,083.00 




Capital Cost 


100,533.00 




Land Use Change 


2,149.00 


103,655.00 


Yield Taxes 


3,495.21 


937.71 


Excavation Tax/Gravel Tax 




26.26 


Sewer Tax 


662,529.09 




Gunstock Acres Water 


167,960.00 




Cherry Valley Betterment 


6,552.00 




VBET 


11,185.25 




Other charges - Bad Check 


250.00 


100.00 



OVERPAYMENT: 



Property Taxes 


74,528.83 


35,083.00 


976.00 




Capital Cost 


28.00 








Land Use Change 










Yield Taxes 


10.43 








Excavation Tax/Gravel Tax 










Sewer Tax 


1,096.78 


6,603.80 






Gunstock Acres Water 


273.77 








Cherry Valley Betterment 


6.68 








Int. Overpayment 




13.17 






Interest - Late Tax 


12,138.97 


77,615.09 






Penalties -Other Taxes 




4,260.00 






Costs before Lien 




8,463.00 






Other charges 










TOTAL DEBITS 


$27,684,256.01 


$1,973,086.13 


$976.00 





100 



MS-61 Pg. 2 



Credits 



TAX 

For the Municipality of: 



COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

Gilford Period: 01/01/09-12/31/09 



REMITTED TO TREASURER 


Levy 
2009 


PRIOR LEVIES 


2008 


2007 


2006-Prior 


Property Taxes & Jeopardy 


$25,124,795.70 


$1,628,280.29 






Gunstock Acres Water 


149,118.45 


20,124.03 






Sewer Tax 


504,228.62 


40,086.93 






Land Use Change (Current Use) 


229.00 


115,267.00 






Yield Taxes 


3,505.64 


937.71 






Excavation Tax/Gravel Tax 


0.00 


26.26 






Capital Cost Recovery 


85,376.42 


12,937.46 






Cherry Valley Betterment 


5,830.68 


672.00 






VBET 


9,660.25 


1,225.00 






Other charges - Bad Check 


250.00 


200.00 






Interest 


12,138.97 


77.615.09 






Cost of Lien 




8.463.00 






Penalties 




4.260.00 







ABATEMENTS 



Property Taxes 


40.439.00 


49,949.62 


976.00 




Gunstock Acres Water 


400.00 








Sewer Tax 


20.381.24 


10,656.57 






Land Use Change (Current Use) 




2,000.00 






Yield Taxes 










Excavation Tax/Gravel Tax 










Capital Cost Recovery 


487.00 


117.00 






Cherry Valley Betterment 










Lockes Hill Betterment 




10.00 






Interest/Cost/Penalties Collected 




13.17 






Current Levy Deeded 


7,088.12 


245.00 







UNCOLLECTED TAXES - 



Property Taxes 


1,544.322.13 








Gunstock Acres Water 


18.395.32 








Sewer Tax 


138.738.89 








Land Use Change 


1.920.00 








Yield Taxes 










Excavation Tax/Gravel Tax 










Capital Cost Recovery 


14.697.58 








Cherry Valley Betterment 


728.00 








Lockes Hill Betterment 










Interest 










Costs before Lien 










Other Charges - VBET 


1.525.00 








TOTAL CREDITS 


$27,684,256.01 


$1,973,086.13 


$976.00 





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MS-61 Pg. 3 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

For the Municipality of: Gilford Period: 01/01/09-12/31/09 



DEBITS 





Last Year's Levy 
2008 


PRIOR LEVIES 


2007 


2006 


2005-Prior 


Unredeemed Tax Liens 




$274,022.23 


$86,437.18 


$11,247.99 


Liens Executed During Fiscal Year 


557,456.48 








Interest & Costs Collected 
(AFTER LIEN EXECUTION) 


10,340.70 


23,450.19 


28,634.41 


378.20 
































TOTAL DEBITS 


$567,797.18 


$297,472.42 


$115,071.59 


$11,626.19 


CREDITS 


REMITTED TO TREASURER: 


Last Year's Levy 
2,008.00 


PRIOR LEVIES 




2,007.00 


2,006.00 


2005-Prior 


Redemptions 


$160,539.22 


$121,407.85 


$71,989.52 


$404.20 


Interest & Costs Collected 
(After Lien Execution) 


10,340.70 


23,450.19 


28,634.41 


378.20 


Abatements of Unredeemed Liens 


1,274.32 


1,216.47 


891.56 


629.62 


Liens Deeded to Municipality 


15,303.72 


15,744.45 


10,633.92 


3,186.93 


Unredeemed Liens Balance 
12/31/2009 


380,445.84 


135,653.46 


2,922.18 


7,027.24 


Abatement Refunds 


(106.62) 








TOTAL CREDITS 


$567,797.18 


$297,472.42 


$115,071.59 


$11,626.19 



Does your municipality commit taxes on a semi-annual basis (RSA 76:15-a) ? YES 



Respectfully submitted, 

TAX COLLECTOR'S SIGNATURE: 



Denise A. Morrissette 



102 



TOWN OF GILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

OFFICE OF TOWN CLERK 

SUMMARY OF ACTIVITY 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2009 

General Revenues Received: 

11,359 Motor Vehicle Permits Issued $1,380,310.07 

1622 Dog Licenses Issued $10,399.50 

2400 Dump Coupons $12,000.00 

653 Boat Permit Fees & Reports $54,933.82 

675 State Boat Fee $19,724.50 

355 E-Reg Payable $674.15 

924 Copies of Record $1,329.63 

13 Bad Check Penalties Collected $325.00 

104 Pistol Permits $1,040.00 

357 Fines ' $26,767.85 

295 Beach Admissions ^ _ $1,475.00 

4 Glendale Commercial Pass $4,000.00 

336 Glendale Guest Passes $10,900.00 

3 Voter Checklists $293.00 
8 Postage Reimbursement $16.02 
8 Miscellaneous Fees $543.53 

25 Over/Under Adjustment Acct. $50.86 

Total General Revenues: $1,524,782.93 

Town Clerk Fees Remitted to the Town: 

1604 Titles Processed $3,208.00 

4 UCC Statements $2,325.00 
39 Marriage Licenses $1,755.00 

176 Birth, Death & Marriage Certificates Issued $1,892.00 

11,506 Municipal Agent Fees ^ $28,647.50 

377 Mail-In Registration Fees , ^ ^ $575.79 

28 Wetlands Applications $444.50 



Total Town Clerk Fees Remitted: $38,847.79 



TOTAL REMITTED TO TREASURER: $1 ,563,630.72 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Denise A. Morrissette, NHCTC 
Town Clerk - Tax Collector 



103 



TOWN OF GILFORD 

Treasurer's Report 
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 2009 

(preliminary unaudited) 



GENERAL FUND 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2009 

add: Total Receipts 

less: Selectmen's Orders Paid 
Cash on Hand 12/31/2009 



$ 8,575,121.48 
36,852,422.21 

(37,199,907.96) 
$ 8,227,635.73 



RECREATION FUND 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2009 

add: Total Receipts 

less: Selectmen's Orders Paid 

Cash on Hand 12/31/2009 



64,586.77 

36,406.77 

(15.00) 



100,978.54 



CONSERVATION FUND 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2009 

add: Total Receipts 

less: Selectmen's Orders Paid 

Cash on Hand 12/31/2009 



400,673.83 

3,821.65 

(44.29) 



404,451.19 



SEWER CAPITAL COST FUND 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2009 

add: Total Receipts 

less: Selectmen's Orders Paid 

Cash on Hand 12/31/2009 



$ 104,792.89 
568.46 

$ 105,361.35 



ROWE HOUSE FUND 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2009 

add: Total Receipts 

less: Selectmen's Orders Paid 

Cash on Hand 12/31/2009 



$ 1,186.32 

2.45 

~$ 1,188.77 



ESCROW FUND 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2009 

add: Total Receipts 

less: Selectmen's Orders Paid 

Cash on Hand 12/31/2009 



13,174.33 



$ 13,174.33 



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Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accouniants & Auditors 
laiMfiflttMai n Street « Concord » New ilampshire . 03301-5063 » 6Q3t225-6996 « FAX-224-1380 



INDEPENDENT A UDITOR 'S REPORT 

To the Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Gilford 
Gilford, New Harapsfiire 

We have audited the accompanying financial statement? of tJic governmental activities, the major fund and the aggregate remaining 
fund infonnation of the Town of Gilford as of and for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2008, which collectively comprise the 
town's basic financial statements as listed in the table of contents. These fmancial statements are the responsibility of the Town of 
GOford's management. Our responsibility is to express opinions on these financial statements based on our audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. Those standards 
require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material 
misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a tost basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial 
statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as 
evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe (hat our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinions. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the respective financial position of the 
governmental activities, the major ftind and the aggregate remaming fund information of the Town of Gilford as of December 3 1 , 
2008, and the respective changes in financial position thereof for the year then ended in conformity with accounting principles 
generally accepted in the United Stoles of America. 

The budgetary comparison information is not a required part of the basic financial statements, but is supplementarj' information 

required by accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. We have applied certain limited procedures, 
which consisted principally of inquiries of management regarding the methods of measurement and presentation of the required 
supplementary infonnation. However, we did not audit the information and express no opinion on it. 

The Town of Gilford has not presented a management's discussion and analysis that accounting principles generally accepted in the 
United States of Aincrica have determined is necessary to supplement, although not required to be part of, the basic financial 
statements. 

Our audit was conducted for the purpose of forming opinions on the financial statements that collectively comprise the Town of 
Gilford's basic financial statements. The combining and individual fund schedules are presented for purposes of additional analysis 
and jirKpoi h rw|uircd part of the basic financial statements They have been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit 
of the basic financial statements, and in our opinion, are fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the basic financial statements 
taken as a whole. 



September 10,2009 







106 



EXHIBJTA 
TOWN OF GILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Slatement of Net A\xets 
December 3 1, 200S 



ASSETS 

Casli and cash equivalents 

Investments 

Intergovernmental receivable 

Other receivables, net of allowances for uncollectible 

Prepaid items 

Capital assets, not being depreciated: 

Land 

Construction in progress 
Capital assets, net ofaccumulaled depreciation: 

Intangible asset 

Buildings and building irnprovcmcnis 

Equipment and vehicles 
Total assets 



Govcmniciital 
Activities 

S 8,073,381 

2,810,879 

6,358 

2,441,241 

2U,562 

13.615,567 
212,753 

1,266,381 

5,520,244 

1.810.583 

35.778.149 



LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 
Accrued salaries and benefits 
Intergovernmental paj'able 
Accrued interest payable 
Noncurrent obligations; 
Due within one year: 
Bonds 

Capital lease 
Compensated absences 
Due in more than one year: 
Bonds 

Compensated absences 
Total liabilities 

NET ASSETS 

Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 
Restricted for perpetual care 
Unrestricted 

Total net assets 



108,863 

1.655 

5,269,567 

26,833 



429,841 
95.209 
18,661 

2.446,873 

314.817 

S.712.3I9 



19,459,508 
176.170 

7,430.152 
.S 27.065.830 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 



107 



EXHIBITS 

TOWN OF GILFORD, NEIVE4MPSHW- 

Statement of Activities 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2008 



Governmental activities: 
Functions: 
General government 
Public safety 
Highways and streets 
Sanitation 

Water treatment and distribution 
Airport operations 
Health 
Welfare 

Culture and recreation 
Conservation 
Interest on long-temi debt 
Total governmental activities 





Program 


Revenue 


Net (Expense) 




Charges 


Operating 


Revenue ajid 




for 


Grants and 


Change in 


Expenses 


Services 


Contributions 

S 


Net Assets 


53,391,325 


S 25,342 


S (3,365,983) 


2,26y,34y 


274,298 


140,715 


(1,854,336) 


1,779,176 


3,710 


192,620 


(1,582,846) 


1,072.087 


834,263 


36,326 


(201,498) 


44,367 


- 


39,221 


(5,146) 


10,000 


- 


- 


(10,000) 


35,688 


- 


- 


(35,688) 


70,585 


- 


- 


(70.585) 


194,936 


34,816 


- 


(160.120) 


597,603 


- 


- 


(597,603) 


202,160 


- 


- 


(202.160) 


S 9,667,276 


S 1,172.429 


$ 408,882 


(8.085.965) 



General revenues; 
Taxes: 

Property 
Other 
Motor vehicle permit fees 
Licen.ses and o'her fees 

Grants and contributions not restricted to specific programs 
Donated library building 
Unrestricted investment earnings 
Miscellaneous 

Total general revenues 
Change in net assets 

Net asscLs, beginning, as restated (.see Note 2-K) 
Net assets, cndini! 



7.251,262 

176,385 

1.437,507 

222,704 

416,532 

3,214,263 

141.732 

107,873 

12.968.258 

4,882.293 

22,183,537 

$ 27.065.S30 



'Ihe notes to tlic basic financial statements arc an integral part of this statement. 



108 



EXHIBIT C-I 

TOWN OF GILFORD, NE IV HAMPSHIRE 

Governmental Funds 

Balance Slieei 

December 31, 200S 



ASSETS 

Cash and cash equivalents 

Investments 

Receivables, net of allowances for uncollectible: 

Taxes 

Accounts 

Special assessments 

Inicrgovcmmcnlal 

Deferred asscssmcm receivables 
Intcrftind receivable 
Prepaid items 
Total assets 

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 

Liabilities: 
Accounts payable 
Accrued salaries and benefits 
Intergovernmental payable 
Interfund payable 
Deferred assessment revenue 
foial liabililies 

Fund balances: 
Reserved for encumbrances 
Reserved for endowments 
Reserved for special purposes 
Unreserved undesignated, reported in: 
General fund 
Special revenue funds 
Total fiind balances 
lotal liabilities and fund balances 







Other 


Total 




Governmental 


Governmental 


General 




Funds 


Funds 


$ 7,171,639 


$ 


901,742 


S 8,073,381 


1,289,285 




1,521,594 


2,810,879 


1,967.611 






1,967,641 


116,058 




213,879 


329,937 


682 




- 


682 


6,358 




- 


6,558 


- 




142,981 


142,981 


442,348 




115,043 


557,391 


5,564 




14,998 


20.562 


S 10.999.775 


_$_ 


2910.237 


$ 13.910.012 



S 78,171 


$ 30.692 


S 108.863 


1,655 


- 


1.655 


5.269.567 


- 


5,269,567 


115,043 


442,348 


557.391 


- 


142,981 
616.021 


142,981 


5,464,436 


6,080,457 


151.642 




151.642 


- 


151,002 


151,002 


- 


1,482,050 


1,482,050 


5,383,697 


- 


5,383,697 




661,164 
2,294,216 


661,164 


5,535.339 


7,829,555 


$ 10.9.99.773 


S 2.910.237 


S 13.910.012 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integi'al part of tliis statement. 



109 



EXHIBIT C-2 

TOWN OF GILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Reconcilintion of Total Governmental Fund Balances to the Statement of Net Assets 

Decembers], 2008 



Total fund balances of govcrniricnlal funds (Exiiibil C-l) 

Amounts reported for governmental activities in the statement of net assets 
are different because: 



$ 7,829,555 



Capital assets used in governmental activities are not financial resources, and therefore, 
are not reported in the funds. 
Cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 

Special assessments receivable are not available to pay for current period expenditures, 
and therefore, are deferred in the funds. 

Deferred special a,ssessnients 

Interfimd receivables and payables be^veen governmental fimds are eliminated on the 
statement of net assets. 

Receivables 
Payables 

Interest on long-term debt is not accrued in governmental funds. 
Accrued interest payable 

Long-tenn liabilities are not due and payable in the current period, and therefore, are 
not reported in the funds. 

Bonds 

Capital lease 
Compensated absences 

Total net assets of governmental activities (Exhibit A) 



$ 24,648,093 
(2,222.565) 



S (557,391) 
557,391 



$ 2,876,714 

95.209 

333,478 



22,425,528 



142,981 



(26,833) 



(3.305.401) 
$ 27,065.830 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 



110 



EXHIBIT C-3 

TOWN OF GILFOJW, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Governmental Funds 

Slalemeni of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2008 



Revenues: 
Taxes 

Licenses and permits 
Intergovenunertal 
Charges for scn'iccs 
Miscellaneous 
Total revenues 

F.xpenditures: 
CurrenC 

General government 

Public safely 

Airport opera'ions 

Highways and streets 

Water distribution and Ircalment 

Sanitation 

Ileallh 

Welfare 

Culture and recrealion 

Conservation 
Debt service: 

Principal 

Interest 
Capital outlay 

Total expenditures 

Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under) expenditures 

Other financing sources (uses): 
Transfers in 
Transfers out 

Total other financing sources and uses 

Net change in fiind balances 
Fund balance, beginning 
Fund balance, encing 







Other 


Total 




Goveramcntal 


Governmental 


General 




Funds 


Funds 


$7353^5 


S 


74,362 


S 7.427,647 


1,660.211 




- 


1,660.211 


789,088 




36,326 


825.414 


416,598 




612,850 


1.029,448 


186,553 




63,049 


249.602 


10,405,735 




786,587 


11,192.322 



3,477,399 


12,573 


3.489.972 


2,619, !19 


300 


2.619,419 


10,000 


- 


10,000 


1,692,796 


- 


1,692,796 


44,367 


- 


•14,367 


481,676 


590.411 


1,072.087 


35.688 




35,688 


70,585 


- 


70,585 


470,665 


126,938 


597,603 


15,599 


164,332 


179,931 


401,904 


1 14,782 


516,686 


111,641 


16,047 


127,688 


474.153 


40.000 


514.153 


9,905j92 


1.065.383 


10.970,975 


500.143 


(278,796) 


221,347 


195,769 


387,000 


582,769 


(36T,()nn) 


(215,769) 


(582,769) 


(17U31) 


171.231 
(107.565) 


- 


328.912 


22U47 


5,206.427 


2,401.781 


7,608.208 


S 5,535.339 


S 2.294.216 


S 7.829.555 



The notes lo tlic basic financial statements are an integral part of tliis statement 



111 



ExinRrrc-4 

TOWN OF GILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Reconciliation oflhe Stalemenl of Revenues, Expenditures, and 
Changes in Fund Balances of Governmental Funds to lite Statement of Activities 
For the Fiscal Year Ended December SI, 200S 



Net change in fund balances of governmental funds (Exhibit C-3) S 221,347 

Amounts reported for govcramcnlal activities in the statement of activities 
are different because: 

Govenimental Iliads report capital outlays as expenditures. In the statement of activities, 

tfie cost nf ihoss assets is allocated over their cstimaled useful lives as depreciation 

expense. This is the amount by which capitalized capital outlay exceeded 

depreciation and amortization expense in the current period. 

Capitalized capital outlay $4,201,081 

Depreciation and amortization expense (226,702) 

Transfers in and out between governmental funds are eliminated on the operating statement 

Transfers in % (582,769) 

Transfers out 582.769 

Special assessments levied in advance of the fiscal yeai' to which tlicy apply are recorded 
as revenue in the statement of attivilies, but are deferred in the governmental fuiids. 

Dccrease in deferred assessment revenue 167,110 

The repayment of the principal of long-term debt consumes the current financial resources 
of governmental fijnds, but has no effect on net assets. 

Repayment of capital lease $ 89,306 

Repaymentof bond principal 427,370 



3,974,379 



516,676 
Some expen'ses reported in the statement of activities do not require the use of current 
financial resources, and therefore, are not reported as expenditures in governmental 
fiinds. 

Decrease in accrued intere.'it expense % 14,844 

Increase in compensated absences payable (12,063) 

2.781 
Change in net assets of governmental activities (Exhibit B) % 4,882.293 



The notes to the basic financial statements arc an integral part of this statciiiciit. 



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Town of Gilford 
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201-034.000 


Lake Shore Rd 




$210 


201-035.000 


Lake Shore Rd 




$480 


203-152.000 


Elderberry Dr 




$400 


203-269.000 


36 Stone Rd 


Stonewall Park 


$38,200 


204-001.000 


Gilford Ave 




$130 


204-003.000 


Gilford Ave 




$231,300 


204-003.001 


277 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$115,900 


204-003.002 


Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$116,300 


204-003.003 


295 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$107,700 


204-003.004 


315 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$107,400 


204-003.005 


333 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$120,300 


204-003.006 


345 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$121,600 


204-003.007 


351 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$121,500 


204-003.008 


359 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$112,700 


204-003.010 


391 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$280,100 


204-003.012 


344 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$111,100 


204-003.013 


332 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$105,600 


204-003.014 


312 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$112,600 


204-003.017 


288 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$106,000 


204-003.018 


282 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$117,100 


204-003.019 


270 Hounsell Ave 


Lakes Business Park 


$109,100 


204-016.000 


Laconia Line 




$200 


204-017.000 


Laconia Line 




$160 


205-001.100 


Off Rt. 1 1 




$70 


205-001.200 


Off Rt. 1 1 




$80 


205-002.200 


Off Rt. 1 1 




$200 


205-003.000 


Off Rt. 1 1 




$170 


209-009.000 


Cotton Hill Rd 




$4,100 


210-007.010 


Liberty Hill Rd 




$400 


210-031.000 


172 Liberty Hill Rd. 




$48,460 


210-033.000 


Saltmarsh Pond Rd 


Green Area 


$46,300 


212-008.000 


6 David Lewis Rd 




$60,100 


213-009.000 


Liscomb Circle 




$1,100 


213-044.000 


Old Lakeshore Rd 




$64,800 


215-025.000 


150 Kimball Rd 


Municipal Facility 


$336,600 


216-105.000 


Weirs Rd 




$42,300 


223-413.002 


31 Harris Shore Rd 


Conservation Comnn 


$109,700 


223-413.003 


39 Harris Shore Rd 


Conservation Comm 


$55,900 


223-417.000 


40 Varney Point Rd 


Town Beach 


$3,949,700 


223-500.000 


Varney Point Rd 




$4,000 


223-503.000 


4 Casey Rd 




$21,700 


223-532.000 


Davis Rd 




$280 


224-018.000 


263 Intervale Rd 


School District 


$406,800 


224-018.100 


293 Intervale Rd 


School District 


$47,400 


224-033.000 


186 Intervale Rd. 




$3,500 


225-028.000 


Cherry Valley Rd 




$1,560 



116 



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Town of Gilford 






Town Owned Property 




Map/Lot 


Address 


Description 


Value 


226-030.100 


Schoolhouse Hill Rd 




$120 


226-048.000 


174 Potter Hill Rd 




$153,230 


226-048.100 


109 Cherry Valley Rd 




$90,440 


226-054.000 


47 Cherry Valley Rd 


Town Offices 


$3,087,600 


226-055.000 


2 Belknap Mt Rd 


former Library 


$367,600 


226-078.000 


31 Potter Hill Rd. 


Library 


$2,128,900 


226-078.001 


43 Potter Hill Rd 




$67,780 


227-008.100 


Knollwood Dr 




$1,940 


227-008.300 


Knollwood Dr 




$1,410 


227-013.000 


Alvah Wilson Rd 




$177,000 


227-058.000 


Timber Lane 




$64,460 


227-066.000 


Timber Lane 




$48,740 


227-080.000 


16 Sprucewood Dr 




$60,700 


227-094.000 


Timber Lane 




$470 


227-101.000 


Robindale Circle 




$1,960 


227-103.000 


Timber Lane 




$7,650 


227-113.000 


Goodwin Rd 




$1,200 


227-116.000 


15 Goodwin Rd 




$59,700 


227-124.000 


Alvah Wilson Rd 


School District 


$77,200 


227-125.000 


Alvah Wilson Rd 


School District 


$123,000 


227-126.000 


27 Belknap Mt Rd 




$253,700 


227-127-000 


88 Alvah Wilson Rd 


High School 


$10,985,900 


227-132.000 


76 Belknap Mt Rd 


Elementary School 


$5,073,200 


227-132.002 


76 Belknap Mt Rd 


Rowe House - bidg. only 


$153,600 


227-132.001 


Belknap Mtn. Rd 




$1,049,500 


228-005.000 


Hoyt Rd 




$2,200 


228-010.000 


Saltmarsh Pond Rd 




$19,200 


228-016.110 


Hoyt Rd 




$65,700 


228-031.000 


Doris Dr 




$400 


228-079.000 


Hoyt Rd 




$2,900 


229-031.000 


Sherwood Forest Dr 


Common Green Area 


$3,200 


229-037.000 


Irish Setter Lane 




$9,270 


230.015.000 


Gilford Glen Rd 




$182,300 


232-002.000 


Durrell Mt Rd 


Municipal Facility 


$330,100 


234-001.000 


Durrell Mt Rd 


Municipal Facility 


$80,450 


236-020.000 


560 Belknap Mt Rd 


Conservation Comm 


$315,600 


237-002.000 


Belknap Point Rd 


Conservation Comm 


$4,180 


240-007.000 


Orchard Dr 




$49,100 


240-050.000 


26 Foxglove Rd 




$663,200 


242-183.000 


33 Dock Rd 


Glendale Docks 


$318,400 


242-197.000 


Glendale Place 


Parking lot 


$529,300 


242-212.000 


Belknap Point Rd 


Lincoln Park 


$2,400 


242-369.000 


Lake Shore Rd 




$1,323,720 


242-371.100 


11 LockesHill Rd 




$118,600 


252-050.000 


Lake Shore Rd 




$23,310 


252-162.000 


86 Sagamore Rd 




$52,910 



117 



To^Ti of Gilford 
Town Owned Propern 



Map/Lot 

252-191.000 
253-049.000 
253-328.000 
258-002.000 
263-040.000 
263-057.000 
263-062.000 
263-066.000 
266-106.000 
266-121.000 
267-257.000 
267-260.000 
271-009.000 
272-005.000 



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Lake Shore Rd 

Riley Rd 

2679 Lake Shore Rd 

Lake Shore Rd 

Off Glidden Rd 

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Value 

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S45.500 

5614,400 

S1.710 

$14,250 

$15,750 

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51,500 

5960 

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5400 

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Vendor Name 

1ST RESPONDER NEWSPAPER 

216 UNION AVE INC 

A&B LOCKSMITH SERVICE 

A.E. MITCHELL CORPORATION 

ABBOTT, RICHARD 

ACETO, CHRISTOPHER & KATHLEEN 

ACS 

AGAN, WAYNE 

AINSWORTH, MICHAEL 

AIR CLEANING SPECIALISTS OF NE 

AIRGAS EAST 

AIRPORT COUNTRY STORE & DELI 

AKERLEY, BRIAN 

ALA/BOOKLIST 

ALCOPRO INC 

ALLEN ENTERPRISES RENTAL PROP 

ALLGEYER MANAGEMENT SERVICES 

ALTON BAY MECHANICAL LLC 

AMALFITANO TRUSTEE, MICHAEL L 

AMAZON 

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION 

AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOC 

AMERICAN RED CROSS 

AMERICAS - LACONIA 

AMOSKEAG ARCHITECTURAL GROUP 

AMSTERDAM PRINTING & LITHO 

ANCO SIGNS & STAMPS INC 

ANDREWS, RICHARD 

ANTIOCH NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE 

APCO INTERNATIONAL INC 

APPLETREE NURSERY LLC 

APPLICATORS SALES & SERV INC 

ARAMARK 

ARROW EQUIPMENT INC 

ATLANTIC 

ATLAS PYROVISION PROD INC 

ATTAR, ALYSSA 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



Amount 



$130.00 


ATTITASH GRAND SUMMIT HOTEL 


$425.46 


$650.00 


AUDIOFILE PUBLICATIONS 


$34.95 


$1,429.25 


AUDUBON SOCIETY OF NH 


$40.00 


$1,400.00 


AUTO SERV OF TILTON 


$24,168.00 


$150.00 


AYER, JOHN 


$2,300.04 


$278.68 


AYERS DISTRIBUTING 


$136.00 


$1,840.00 


B 1 1 FENCE & GUARDRAIL INC 


$10,326.00 


$271.62 


BAGLEY, AL & FLORRIE 


$800.00 


$169.99 


BAILEY, SANDRA 


$41.49 


$833.00 


BAILEY, WARREN 


$200.00 


$2,624.46 


BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS - 31 91 1 8 


$22,119.86 


$137.70 


BALCOM, MICHAEL T 


$68.83 


$657.80 


BALSAMS, THE 


$499.91 


$187.00 


BARCO PRODUCTS COMPANY 


$459.00 


$127.00 


BARTON LUMBER CO INC 


$956.28 


$950.00 


BATTERY WAREHOUSE DIRECT 


$62.31 


$2,596.00 


B-B CHAIN INC 


$709.25 


$19,416,88 


BEANS & GREENS 


$74.90 


$395.71 


BEAULAC, HEIDI 


$750.00 


$5,511.09 


BEAULIEU, ROBERT 


$175.00 


$180.00 


BEAUPRE, WILLIAM 


$1,500.00 


$652.50 


BEETLE ENTERPRISES LLC 


$237.91 


$282.50 


BEKTASH MINI-PATROL 


$0.00 


$345.95 


BEKTASH SHRINERS 


$650.00 


$2,067.78 


BELAND, JOHN 


$1,256.54 


$2,711.25 


BELAND, SANDRA E 


$69.30 


$567.53 


BELKNAP COMMUNICATIONS LLC 


$16,493.41 


$27.00 


BELKNAP COUNTY REGISTRY DEEDS 


$1,495.80 


$379.90 


BELKNAP COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT 


$2,438.00 


$200.00 


BELKNAP COUNTY TREASURER 


$2,345,952.00 


$789.00 


BELKNAP LANDSCAPE CO INC 


$1,106.00 


$264.00 


BELKNAP TIRE & AUTO REPAIR LLC 


$3,226.05 


$3,671.00 


BELKNAP, COUNTY OF 


$5,100.00 


$561.09 


BELMONT HARDWARE 


$159.93 


$806.50 


BELMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT 


$585.00 


$10,080.00 


BELMONT RESIDENTIAL REALTY 


$500.00 


$13,000.00 


BENAVIDES, GUSTAVO 


$13.18 


$200.00 


BENGAL, LAURIE 


$200.10 



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2009 Vendor 


Payments 




Vendor Name 


Amount 


Vendor Name 


Amount 


BEN'S UNIFORMS 


$17,853.95 


BURNHAM, ROGER 


$240.00 


BERGERON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 


$10,709.90 


BUSBY CONSTRUCTION CO. INC 


$7,000.00 


BERRY, PETER S & DEANNA 


$0.30 


BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INC 


$13,833.70 


BERUBE'S TRUCK ACCESSORIES INC 


$34.00 


BUZZOTTA, STEVEN 


$518.02 


BESTWAY DISPOSAL SERVICES INC 


$12,256.20 


C & S SPECIALTY INC 


$13,202.69 


BETTEZ, TRACIE 


$195.49 


C&C CARS 


$240.00 


BIG LOTS 


$400.00 


CABELA'S MKTG & BRAND MGT INC 


$102.93 


BIGELOW, D. WILLIAM & JOAN M 


$85.77 


CALENDARS 


$49.78 


BLANCHETTE, BRIAN 


$256.24 


CALIFORNIA CONTRACTOR SUPPLIES 


$781.05 


BLUE MOON ENVIRONMENTAL INC 


$2,340.00 


CALL ONE INC 


$4.50 


BLUNT, STEVE 


$250.00 


CAMMAROTA, RENEE 


$33.00 


BMRD REAL ESTATE VENTURES LLC 


$161.22 


CAMPAGNA, BRUCE F 


$98.05 


BOB'S SHARP ALL 


$48.00 


CAMPBELL, CHARLES 


$100.00 


BODY COVERS LLC 


$7,224.25 


CANTIN CHEVROLET INC 


$947.06 


BOLOTIN, THEODORE M 


$1,000.64 


CANVAS GUYS 


$295.00 


BONNETTE PAGE & STONE CORP 


$500.00 


CAROSELLI PAINTING INC 


$4,850.00 


BOOKPAGE 


$270.00 


CARTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATES INC 


$5,250.00 


BOOTLEGGER'S FOOTWEAR CENTER 


$944.90 


CASCADE SUBSCRIPTION SERV INC 


$195.88 


BORUCKI, PAT 


$45.00 


CASE, DORIS L 


$65.35 


BOULIA-GORRELL LUMBER CO INC 


$456.00 


CASEY & DUPUIS EQUIPMENT CORP 


$904.96 


BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 


$8,611.94 


CASEY EQUIPMENT & RENTAL CORP 


$22,373.64 


BOURQUE, DENIS 


$531.84 


CAVANAGH, JOHN B & JEAN M 


$469.04 


BPC RESCUE EQUIPMENT INC 


$3,597.95 


CCR DATA SYSTEMS INC 


$39.32 


BRADY, CAROL A & WILLIAM L 


$51.50 


CENTER POINT LARGE POINT 


$374.77 


BRAND COMPANY INC 


$46.00 


CENTRAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC 


$296.00 


BRAY & ROSANNE GREEN, FRANK T 


$31.05 


CENTRAL PAPER PRODUCTS CO 


$13,254.58 


BREDBURY, ERICT 


$30.00 


CENTURION TECHNOLOGIES INC 


$32.40 


j BRIGHAM INDUSTRIES INC 


$396.00 


CHANNING BETE COMPANY INC 


$185.30 


BRIGHTER IMAGE 


$1,425.80 


CHASE ELECTRIC MOTORS LLC 


$312.84 


BRISTOL HARBOR INN 


$904.00 


CHIEF 


$331.99 


' BROOKSIDE CROSSING HOMEOWNERS 


$217.85 


CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES 


$3,400.00 


BROTHER INTERNATIONAL CORP 


$100.74 


CHILIS C/0 NANCY LANG 


$35.00 


BROWN. RYAN 


$153.00 


CHITTY, DORIS 


$99.99 


BROWN'S RIVER MAROTTI CO 


$4,000.00 


CHOQUETTE, A. 


$527.00 


BRUCE, WILLIAM B 


$0.50 


CITY OF FF^ANKLIN 


$75.00 


BUCKNER, JOANNE M. 


$66.00 


CITY OF LACONIA WATER DEPT 


$44,367.40 


BUDGET TRAVEL 


$20.00 


CLAIRMONT, TERRY L 


$190.00 


BULLDOG FIRE APPARATUS INC 


$107.75 


CLARK, WILLIAM A & PAMELA A 


$41.50 


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2009 Vendor Payments 



Vendor Name 

CLEAN HARBORS 

CMC RESCUE INC 

COACH COMPANY, THE 

COHEN STEEL SUPPLY INC 

COLOR CONCEPTS LLC 

COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS 

COMMUNITY HEALTH & HOSPICE INC 

COMPLETE RECYCLING SOLUTIONS 

CONCORD MONITOR 

CONWAY OFFICE PRODUCTS INC 

CORCORAN CONSULTING ASSOC INC 

CORRIGAN, DENNIS 

COUNTRY COTTAGE/TOILET RENTALS 

COX, STEVEN A & KATHRYN M 

CPR SAVERS & FIRST AID SUPPLY 

CRANE, TERRI 

CRAZY MAZE COMPANY 

CREAMER, WILLIAM 

CRG OF NEW ENGLAND INC 

CRICKET 

CROWN TROPHY 

CRSW/RRC 

CRUMB, MICHELLE 

CRVNA 

CRYSTAL ROCK LLC 

CUES 

CUMMINS NORTHEAST INC 

CUTTER, TIMOTHY 

DAILY SUN 

DAILY SUN DPW 

D'ANGELO SANDWICH SHOP 

DANIELS EQUIPMENT CO INC 

DANLEY DEMOLITION INC 

DARLEY & COMPANY, WS 

DAVID MATTSON / MIT 

DAVID RIVERS ASSOCIATES 

DAVIDSON, ELAINE G 

DAYS INN CARLISLE 



Amount 


Vendor Name 


$298.70 


DEL R GILBERT & SON BLOCK CO 


$180.00 


DELL BUSINESS CREDIT 


$1,150.00 


DELL MARKETING LP 


$303.78 


DELLORUSSO, DIANE 


$1,400.00 


DEMCO INC 


$8,417.00 


DEMOULAS LIVING REV TR, MARION 


$23,540.00 


DENUTTE, BRIAN 


$373.14 


DENVER, MICHAEL R 


$221.00 


DETROIT INDUSTRIAL TOOL 


$5,332.27 


DEVINE MILLIMET & BRANCH 


$137,988.87 


DEWHIRST FUNERAL HOME 


$57.80 


DIABETES & MORE 


$120.00 


DIGITAL INK PRINTING LLC 


$493.19 


DINAN, JAMES H. 


$40.89 


DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY 


$750.00 


DIVERSIFIED MARINE CONST. 


$0.00 


DOBBINS, DAVID & JEAN 


$700.00 


DONOVAN SPRING CO INC 


$237.00 


DORIS T. DECELLE REV. TRUST 


$28.95 


DORMODY, KATHERINE C 


$1,068.04 


DRAKE BROTHERS LANDCARE LLC 


$288,213.75 


DRIVERS LICENSE GUIDE COMPANY 


$240.50 


DRM CORPORATION 


$40.00 


DUNN, SCOTT 


$4,595.99 


DUROSS, JOHN L 


$140.00 


DUVERGER, ROBERT 


$637.01 


DYNA-VAC EQUIPMENT INC 


$125.00 


E W SLEEPER COMPANY 


$6,720.20 


EAGLE POINT GUN 


$436.80 


EAST COAST WELDING 


$200.00 


ECOLAB 


$6,487.88 


ECSI 


$1,800.00 


EDGEWATER FAMILY TRUST 


$920.82 


ELLIOTT HOSPITAL 


$210.00 


EMBREE. DOUG 


$400.00 


ENERGYNORTH PROPANE INC 


$101.00 


ENGRAVING AWARDS GIFTS.COM 


$179.04 


ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH 



Amount 

$930.47 

$1,754.00 

$7,915.49 

$900.00 

$3,572.41 

$232.05 

$124.95 

$150.00 

$593.34 

$5,057.53 

$750.00 

$259.62 

$2,006.47 

$129.99 

$289.07 

$4,177.50 

$3,081.21 

$5,578.47 

$107.67 

$261.07 

$6,650.00 

$28.95 

$550.00 

$1,082.76 

$2,250.00 

$213.80 

$463.50 

$6,715.49 

$4,634.85 

$425.00 

$511.86 

$2,600.00 

$822.95 

$3,600.00 

$150.00 

$1,870.78 

$1,132.00 

$3,011.50 



128 



Vendor Name 

EQUINOX THE VERMONT RESORT 

EVLETH, WILLIAM 

EXXON MOBIL 

FWWEBB COMPANY 

FAIRPOINT COMMUNICATIONS INC 

FARLEY, DANA C 

FASTENAL COMPANY 

FAY'S BOATYARD INC 

FEDERAL EXPRESS 

FILLMORE INDUSTRIES INC 

FINGER LAKES SYSTEM CHEMISTRY 

FIOANH 

FIRE & RESCUE INSTITUTE, THE 

FIRE DEPT TRAINING NETWORK 

FIRE ENGINEERING 

FIRE INSTRUCTORS & OFFICERS 

FIRE TECH & SAFETY OF NE 

FIREHOUSE MAGAZINE 

FIRERESCUE MAGAZINE 

FIRST CONTACT 9-1-1 LLC 

FIRST STUDENT INC 

FLAGHOUSE 

FLEMING GARAGE DOOR CO. 

FLOWER PHARMACY 

FLYGARE SCHWARZ & CLOSSON 

FOCUS CAMERA INC 

FOLEY OIL COMPANY 

FOREST LAND IMPROVEMENT INC 

FRANKLIN COVEY 

FRATELLO'S 

FRED FULLER OIL CO 

FRED FULLER OIL CO. INC. 

FREIGHTLINER OF NH INC 

FULLER, PAUL 

FUTURE SUPPLY CORP 

GAGLIARDI, MIAM 

GALE 

GALLS, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



$174.90 


$480.00 


$138.06 


$3.64 


$10,733.74 


$90.00 


$122.07 


$172.15 


$158.78 


$278.18 


$843.99 


$595.00 


$1,799.02 


$122.90 


$80.90 


$65.00 


$1,227.20 


$49.95 


$41.95 


$375.00 


$1,305.00 


$47.92 


$1,116.66 


$125.00 


$200.00 


$234.79 


$1,073.79 


$4,410.00 


$31.96 


$242.53 


$629.70 


$29,643.02 


$298.89 


$0.00 


$157.81 


$366.29 


$83.80 


$560.13 



GARDINER, KRISTEN 

GATOR SIGNS INC 

GEMFORMS/PRINT GRAPHICS OF ME 

GENERAL LINEN SERVICE CO INC 

GEO TRANS INC 

GEORGE E MERRILL & SON INC 

GEORGE J FOSTER & COMPANY INC 

GHS INTERACT CLUB 

GILBERT DRIVELINE 

GILBERT TRUST, RJ 

GILFORD COMMUNITY BAND 

GILFORD CONSERVATION COMM 

GILFORD FIREMEN'S RELIEF ASSOC 

GILFORD HIGH SCHOOL 

GILFORD HILLS 

GILFORD HOME CENTER 

GILFORD MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL 

GILFORD OLD HOME DAY 

GILFORD POLICE RELIEF ASSOC 

GILFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY 

GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT 

GILFORD SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE 

GILFORD TERRACE ASSOCIATES 

GILFORD VILLAGE WATER DISTRICT 

GILFORD WELL COMPANY INC 

GILLAN MARINE 

GILLETT, DREW & BARBARA DEANE 

GILSONSR, WILLIAM C 

GIRARD TREE SERVICE LLC 

GLENDALE COVE ASSOC. 

GLENDALE SHORES CONDO MSTRCRD 

GLOBAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH 

GOULDS GARDEN CENTER INC 

GOVCONNECTION INC 

GRAF, BARBARA 

GRAHAM, PHILIP & ARLENE 

GRAINGER 



• Amount 

$160.00 

$961.84 

$12,462.72 

$2,711.94 

$4,908.36 

$18,644.13 

$1,090.70 

$51.64 

$691.61 

$866.00 

$1,500.00 

$0.00 

$467.80 

$100.00 

$1,845.00 

$1,478.22 

$75.00 

$75.00 

$208.80 

$3,174.39 

617,155,780.00 

$73.75 

$637.50 

$311.02 

$1,610.02 

$7,214.95 

$1,645.10 

$37.81 

$600.00 

$13,000.00 

$146.04 

$115.70 

$20.00 

$2,320.75 

$4,632.70 

$136.80 

$650.00 

$36.28 



129 



Vendor Name 

GRAND VIEW TREE SERVICE LLC 

GRANITE GROUP, THE 

GRANITE STATE MINERALS INC 

GRANITE STATE PLMB & HTG LLC 

GRANITE STATE STAMPS INC 

GRAPE HILL ASSOCIATES LLC 

GRAPPONE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 

GREAT BAY KIDS CO. 

GREAT NORTHERN VIDEO 

GREEN INSURANCE ASSOCIATES 

GREENE, HERBERT 

GREENPLAN 

GUERIN, THOMAS & JENNIFER 

GUEST SERVICES 

GUNSTOCK ACRES WATER DISTRICT 

GUNSTOCK NORDIC ASSOC 

H & P APARTMENTS 

H L TURNER GROUP INC, THE 

HALL, WAYNE 

HAMPSHIRE FIRE PROTECTION CO 

HANNAFIN, SHARON 

HANNAFORD#0314 

HAROLD & M ELEANOR SWAIN TRUST 

HARRIS, CHRIS 

HARRIS, HOLLY 

HARRY GORDON 

HART, SANDRA 

HAWILL'S LIMITED 

HAYES, JAMES 

HEAVEN SCENT DESIGN 

HEINTZ, MICHAEL J 

HEINZ, KENNETH 

HELEN SARGENT TRUST 

HENRY'S DRY CLEANERS INC 

HERBERT, WAYNE 

HEWITT, BRUCE 

HIGHSMITH 

HIGHWAY TECH 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



Amount 



$200.00 


HILL, DAVID 


$1,202.00 


$63.89 


HILLSBORO FORD INC 


$49,528.00 


$17,576.14 


HOEKER, CAROLYN 


$2,231.74 


$1,573.00 


HOME DEPOT FD 


$984.49 


$35.96 


HORAN, KIM 


$105.15 


$5,192.78 


HOWARD & JULIE BOISELLE, JAMES 


$1,099.10 


$78.85 


HOWARD P FAIRFIELD LLC 


$53,708.05 


$40.00 


HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 


$482.37 


$175.00 


HUTCHINS ELECTRIC INC 


$8,963.23 


$4,523.00 


lACP 


$360.00 


$14,701.02 


lAFC MEMBERSHIP 


$493.00 


$732.00 


IIMC 


$310.00 


$64.40 


ILG, ROBERT 


$4.50 


$232.20 


IMAGE TREND INC 


$400.00 


$196,916.00 


INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CORP 


$7,595.00 


$500.00 


INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 


$7,052.09 


$1,215.00 


INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL INC 


$100.00 


$3,712.50 


INTERNATIONAL SALT CO LLC 


$16,683.50 


$63.30 


IRWIN MOTORS INC DPW 


$47,394.95 


$126.00 


IRWIN MOTORS INC FD 


$1,726.44 


$153.05 


IRWIN MOTORS INC PD 


$7,919.62 


$412.63 


IRWIN MUSKAT 1992 TRUST 


$152.46 


$21.90 


ISAACSON STEEL INC 


$199.22 


$33.73 


J&J PRINTING INC 


$439.00 


$114.93 


J-14 


$29.95 


$350.00 


JACKSON, JOSEPH J & MICHELLE 


$1,470.72 


$25.85 


JACQUES, CHRISTOPHER 


$61.70 


$110.50 


JAMES GRAY WATER WELLS INC 


$1,144.00 


$42.88 


JAMES N. SESSLER ESQ 


$4,582.00 


$204.95 


JARVI, KRISTIN 


$288.60 


$882.16 


JEFFREY H TAYLOR & ASSOC 


$3,510.00 


$117.00 


JOANNE M GUSTAFSON TRUST 


$1,103.00 


$2,135.00 


JOHN BROWN & SONS INC 


$4,200.00 


$2,068.66 


JOHN H LYMAN AND SONS INC 


$345.00 


$225.00 


JOHN L CARTER SPRINKLER CO INC 


$2,775.00 


$163,13 


JOHNSON, WILLIAM G & ERIKA 


$21.98 


$1,025.06 


JURIS, EVANS 


$26,000.12 


$1,619.00 


K9 GUARDIAN INC 


$75.95 



130 



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Town of Gilford 






2009 Vendor 


Payments 




Vendor Name 


Amount 


Vendor Name 


Amount 


KALFAS PHD, NICHOLAS S 


$74000 


LEADERSHIP LAKES REGION 


$500.00 


KBINSULTECHINC 


$950.00 


LEARNED, JUDITH 


$58.00 


KEAVENY, BART T & KATHRYN J 


$139.55 


LECLERC, RONALD P 


$11.09 


KEENAN, KEVIN G 


$795.35 


LEE & VIRGINIA PIERCE TRUST 


$2,428.19 


KELLEY, KRISTIAN J 


$14.99 


LESLIE, VIRGINIA & CLIFFORD 


$31.49 


KENNY D. AND SONS 


$420.00 


LEVASSEUR PRECISION INC 


$30.00 


KING, SUE 


$15.68 


LGC HEALTHTRUST-HT0068-010-07 


$1,088,187.16 


KITCHEN CRAVINGS 


$238.68 


LHS ASSOCIATES INC 


$4,685.22 


KIWI MAGAZINE 


$9.95 


LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 


$606.18 


KJRASM LLC 


$357.50 


LIFESAVERS INC 


$41.67 


KLOETZ, KRISTOPHER 


$30.00 


LIFESAVING SYSTEMS CORP 


$166.00 


KV PARTNERS LLC 


$1,474.15 


LILY POND COMMUNICATIONS INC 


$10,577.86 


L R STRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY LLC 


$1,170.00 


LINDLAU, CHARLES & ELIZABETH 


$35.97 


LABELLES SHOE REPAIR 


$20.00 


LITTLETON REGIONAL HOSPITAL 


$170.00 


LABRIE BUSINESS ENTERPRISE LLC 


$1,607.80 


LOCAL GOVERNMENT CENTER 


$93,008,87 


LACONIA CITIZEN 


$370.00 


LOCAL GOVERNMENT CENTER INC 


$882.07 


LACONIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC 


$396.37 


LOCAL GOVERNMENT CTR-WCT LLC 


$70,808.49 


LACONIA OIL, LLC 


$696.05 


LOWE'S 


$9,452.39 


LACONIA SAVINGS BANK 


$268,725.25 


LR PLANNING COMMISSION 


$5,978.00 


LACONIA, CITY OF 


$32,925.08 


LRGHEALTHCARE 


$24,948.07 


LAGUEUX, GLORIA 


$3.50 


LRW WATER SERVICE INC 


$500.00 


LAKE BREEZE MOBILE HOME PARK 


$871 .00 


LUCKY 


$9.97 


LAKE SHORE PARK ASSOC 


$3,100.00 


MACLEAN, BRIAN J 


$84.50 


LAKES REGION FIRE APPARATUS 


$7,152.17 


MADON, JEFFREY 


$1,315.14 


LAKES REGION LINEN INC 


$2,614.32 


MAINSTAY TECHNOLOGIES LLC 


$81,663.79 


LAKES REGION MUTUAL FIRE AID 


$700.00 


MAINT ASSOC OF GRANITE STATE 


$50.00 


LAKES REGION PLANNING COMM 


$8,728.00 


MAINTENANCE CONNECTION, THE 


$728.28 


LAKES REGION PUBLIC ACCESS TV 


$19,366.05 


MAJOR BRANDS TV & APPLIANCE 


$399.00 


LAKES REGION REGIONAL/NHC&TCA 


$70.00 


MANCHESTER TOOL REPAIR 


$15.00 


LAKES REGION SEAMLESS GUTTERS 


$2,212.50 


MARCOUX, GEORGE & DORIS 


$89.61 


LAKES REGION STRIPING COMPANY 


$6,245.00 


MARINA BAY-B BERTHOLDT 


$14.30 


LAKES REGION THERMALSCAN LLC 


$1,750.00 


MARINE RESCUE PRODUCTS INC 


$1,195.05 


LANDMARK INN OF THE LAKES REG 


$59.99 


MARKINGS INC 


$13,327.08 


LARGE PRINT OVERSTOCKS 


$64.05 


MARKLAND, JOHN 


$172.00 


LATOSEK, FRANK 


$4.00 


MARSHALL & SWIFT 


$462.20 


LAUDIEN, GERD 


$2,202.79 


MARSHALL CAVENDISH CORP 


$117.52 


LAVINIV, LEOA 


$124.95 


MARTEL ELECTRONICS INC. 


$75.00 


LDR PRODUCTIONS 
1- 


$689.60 


MATTHEW BENDER & CO INC 


$1,542.12 



131 



Vendor Name 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



Amount 



MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY INC 

MAURICE CLAIRMONT SWEEPING LLC 

MAXNER TRUSTEE, BARBARA J 

MAYO'S 

MB TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT 

MCDONALD MORRISSEY ASSOC INC 

MCGREGOR INSTITUTE OF EMS 

MCGUFFIN, SCOTT D 

MEDCO SUPPLY COMPANY 

MELCHER & PRESCOTT INSURANCE 

MELENDEZ, ALANNA 

MELLO-ANDREWS, RAE 

MERCURI, NICK 

MEREDITH FORD 

MERRILL, STEPHEN 

MERRILL'S AUTO SERVICE CTR 

METROCAST CABLEVISION 

MINEOLA FLAG CO 

MISIEWICZ MD, JOSEPH A 

MISTY HARBOR 

MITCHELL MUNICIPAL GROUP PA 

MITCHELL, CONSTANCE R 

MODERN PEST SERVICES 

MOONEY, JENNIFER 

MORGAN, SHELDON 

MORRISSETTE, DENISE A 

MORTON SALT 

MOULTON'S BAND 

MOUNTAIN MACHINE WORKS 

MOUNTAIN VIEW HOUSING COOP INC 

MOVIE LICENSING USA 

MR ROOTER PLUMBING & HEATING 

MUNCES LUBRICANTS 

MUZZEY, ERIC DUSTIN 

MYRECDEPT.COM 

N E WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOC 

N. RICHARD PERSONS TRUST & 

N.H.G.F.O.A. 



$2,264.99 

$10,640.00 

$68.22 

$250.00 

$356.32 

$6,750.00 
$175.00 

$1,098.00 
$531.59 
$746.75 
$187.50 
$350.00 

$1,092.40 
$319.06 
$150.00 
$89.95 
$417.01 
$240.00 
$318.00 

$1,134.78 
$46,874.67 

$3,084.00 
$435.00 
$337.49 
$75.70 
$550.87 
$72,540.43 
$400.00 
$348.20 

$5,020.00 
$250.00 
$448.61 

$8,255.41 
$335.02 

$1,000.00 
$160.00 

$6,681.80 
$165.00 



NAMAY, ANDREA BOURNIVAL 

NAPA AUTO PARTS DPW 

NAPA AUTO PARTS FD 

NAPA AUTO PARTS PD 

NAPWDA 

NARDONE, THERESA 

NASRO 

NATION REGISTRY OF EMT'S 

NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOC 

NATIONAL RECREATION & 

NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION 

NAT'L LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY 

NATURAL HOME 

NE ASSOC OF CHIEFS OF POLICE 

NE EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT LLC 

NEACTC CONFERENCE 

NELSON KINDER MOSSEAU & 

NEMCI&A 

NEW BEGINNINGS 

NEW ENGLAND ASSOC FIRE CHIEFS 

NEW ENGLAND BARRICADE CO 

NEW ENGLAND CAMP DISCOUNTER 

NEW ENGLAND MAP COMPANY 

NEW ENGLAND MARINE & IND INC 

NEW ENGLAND STATE POLICE INFO 

NEW HAMPSHIRE LAKES ASSOC. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE RETIREMENT SYS 

NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS 

NFPA 

NG, NORMAN 

NH ASSOC OF ASSESSING OFFICIAL 

NH ASSOC OF CHIEFS OF POLICE 

NH ASSOCIATION OF FIRE CHIEFS 

NH BAR ASSOCIATION 

NH BUILDING OFFICIALS ASSOC 

NH CITY & TOWN CLERKS ASSOC 

NH DIV FIRE STDS & TRAINING 

NH FIRE PREVENTION SOCIETY 



$1,959.04 

$19,579.54 

$901.05 

$177.81 

$45.00 

$93.82 

$40.00 

$150.00 

$875.00 

$5.00 

$33.90 

$608.51 

$36.00 

$60.00 

$7,833.80 

$200.00 

$10,152.54 

$775.00 

$2,000.00 

$25.00 

$1,957.06 

$1,951.57 

$69.00 

$2,905.49 

$50.00 

$1,000.00 

$156.00 

$3,044.63 

$255.20 

$477.00 

$20.00 

$100.00 

$180.00 

$60.00 

$85.00 

$190.00 

$1,395.00 

$559.00 



132 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 



Vendor Name 

NH HEALTH OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 

NH HUMANE SOCIETY 

NH LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

NH LIBRARY TRUSTEES ASSOC 

NH LOCAL WELFARE ADMIN ASSOC 

NH MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION 

NH MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT ASSOC 

NH O.E. PARTS DIRECT 

NH OFFICE OF ENERGY & PLANNING 

NH PLANNERS ASSOCIATION 

NH POLICE ASSOCIATION 

NH PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION 

NH PUBLIC WORKS MUTUAL AID 

NH RETIREMENT #11 11 

NH RIVERS COUNCIL 

NH ROAD AGENTS ASSOCIATION 

NH SECRETARY OF STATE OF NH 

NH STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION 

NH TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION 

NHACC 

NHDOA 

NHMA 

NHPWSTC 

NHRPA 

NHRPA TARA TOWER CPRP 

NHTCA/NHCTCA JOINT CERT PROG 

NICKERSON, KYLE 

NNERPC/STEVE BALBONI 

NORTHEAST PAGING / UCOM 

NORTHEAST RESOURCE RECOVERY 

NORTHEAST SECURITY AGENCY 

NORTHEAST TIRE SERVICE INC 

NRPA 

NRTCTA 

NUNGESSER & HILL ATTORNEYS 

NUTTER ENTERPRISES INC 

NU-VISION TECHNOLOGIES 

NYNE EQUIPMENT INC 



Amount 


Vendor Name 

OAKSTONE PUBLISHING LLC 


Amount 


$110.00 


$364.20 


$9,250.00 


OCE IMAGISTICS INC 


$1,017.38 


$350.00 


O'CONNOR. COREY 


$320.00 


$40.00 


OFFICE WORLD INC 


$55.64 


$30.00 


OLD LAKESHORE CO-OP 


$1,178.00 


$7,565.90 


ONE COMMUNICATIONS CORP 


$19,623.79 


$428.00 


O'NEIL, AG. JR & DONNA M 


$1,914.50 


$70.77 


O'NEILL III, DANIEL 


$11.45 


$200.00 


ORIENTAL TRADING COMPANY 


$238.30 


$40.00 


OSBURN, PAUL D & SHARON L 


$19.31 


$260.00 


OSSIPEE MTN ELECTRONICS INC 


$13,741.46 


$60.00 


OWENS LEASING CO 


$9,300.00 


$25.00 


PANCOAST, JUDY 


$300.00 


$438,657.85 


PAQUETTE SIGNS 


$1,885.00 


$105.00 


PARENT, DUSTIN 


$469.31 


$20.00 


PARTS ASSOCIATES INC 


$8,103.53 


$64.00 


PAUGUS BAY SPORTING GOODS CO 


$33.98 


$840.00 


PAUL A ROGERS COMPANY 


$1,809.66 


$170.00 


PEMI GLASS & MIRROR 


$140.00 


$394.00 


PENCO PLUMBING & HEATING LLC 


$207.98 


$70.00 


PENDERGAST, DEBORAH A & DANA T 


$176.00 


$1,250.00 


PEOPLEGIS 


$3,406.52 


$150.00 


PERSONS, RICHARD 


$30,692.00 


$104.00 


Pb 1 1 INELLI & ASSOCIATES INC 


$14,999.99 


$155.00 


PL II Y CASH PD 


$308.60 


$275.00 


PETTY CASH P&R 


$860.00 


$300.00 


PETTY CASH DPLU 


$35.00 


$70.00 


Pb 1 1 Y CASH TC/TX 


$129.45 


$79.46 


PETTY CASH SELECMEN 


$600.59 


$4,614.36 


PICHES PRINT SHOP 


$269.50 


$1,416.00 


PICHE'S SKI SHOP 


•• $288.00 


$18,649.49 


PIERCE, PETER 


$480.00 


$434.00 


PIKE INDUSTRIES INC 


$12,300.30 


$30.00 


PINE GROVBMCCOY CEMETERY 1 1 bE 


$30,000.00 


$155.60 


PINE STATE ELEVATOR CO 


$3,057.20 


$21,829.76 


PISCOPO, JAY 


$150.00 


$670.40 


PITNEY BOWES 


$3,456.00 


$162.71 


PITNEY BOWES INC 


$184.43 



133 



1* 



Vendor Name 



PLODZIK & SANDERSON 


$27,851.00 


PLUMMER, DIRKW 


$875.00 


PLYMOUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 


$200.00 


POPE, JULIAN & ANDREA 


$107.51 


POPULAR SCIENCE 


$21.95 


POSTMASTER, LACONIA 


$126.00 


POWERPLAN 


$7,999.10 


PREMIER PRINTING 


$1,103.07 


PRESCOTTS FLORIST 


$106.00 


PRIME STRIPE INC 


$217.80 


PRIMEX 


$6,170.00 


PROFESSIONAL VEHICLE CORP 


$79.40 


PROULX, NICHOLAS K. 


$220.00 


PSNH 56052351061 


$904.42 


PSNH 56186651071 


$141.22 


PSNH 56317931095 


$35,427.23 


PSNH HARTFORD CT 


$1,080.84 


PSNH MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 


$51,777.91 


PSNH-8001029-01-1-4 


$21,467.78 


PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER INC 


$173.63 


PUBLIC SERVICE CO OF NH 


$6,562.36 


PUBLISHERS WEEKLY 


$187.49 


PUTNEY PRESS 


$30.90 


QEEMP 


$216.00 


QUICK WILLIAMINC 


$94.00 


QUIK LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 


$30.00 


QUILL CORPORATION 


$13,025.18 


R & B SUPPLY CO INC 


$451.93 


R G MEARN CO INC 


$1,229.10 


FJADIO SHACK 


$32.99 


RAINVILLE, PATRICIA 


$10.41 


RAMBLIN VEWE FARM TRUST 


$6,418.35 


RCI ACQUISITION LLC 


$3,836.14 


REAL DATA CORP 


$282.00 


RED JACKET MOUNTAIN VIEW 


$307.00 


REIMERS, RONDA 


$250.47 


REITZ, CATHERINE 


$1,009.38 


RELIANCE LABEL SOLUTIONS INC 


$215.71 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



REYNOLDS, DAVID D & RATI G 

RICK GAGNON'S REPAIR SERVICE 

RJ THOMAS MFG CO INC 

ROBBINS AUTO PARTS 

ROBERTSON, COLIN & MARY 

ROCHE, FRANCIS X 

ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY 

ROOFTOP CONSTRUCTION LLC 

ROSA, STEPHEN A & MARY V 

ROY, MARK & TRICIA 

RP BROUILLARD 2001 I.V. TRUST 

RUGGLES, GEOFFREY B 

RYAN, RICHARD W SR & KATHY M 

S&S WORLDWIDE INC 

S E SECURITY CONSULTANTS INC 

S G REED TRUCK SERVICE INC 

SAFE KIDS WORLDWIDE 

SAFE RIDE NEWS PUBLICATIONS 

SAFELITE FULFILLMENT INC 

SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC 

SALMON PRESS LLC 

SAMOSET CONDO 

SANBORN, CHERYL 

SANBORNTON FIRE DEPT 

SANDSTREET INVESTMENTS LLC 

SANEL AUTO PARTS #3 

SANITARY DRY CLEANERS INC 

SANKEY, JANERO 

SAVIA, PHILIP & MARIE 

SAVING SPECIAL PLACES CONF. 

SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL 

SCOPE TECHNOLOGIES CORP 

SCOTT, WILLIAM C & VIRGINIA A 

SEACOAST CHIEF FIRE OFFICERS 

SENSUS METERING SYSTEMS 

SHARE CORP 

SHAWS 

SHEEHAN PHINNEY BASS+GREEN PA 



Amount 

$6.47 

$794.57 

$502.54 

$531.50 

$45.06 

$319.29 

$1,450.00 

$15,300.00 

$3.08 

$97.91 

$18.89 

$466.92 

$922.03 

$1,069.98 

$1,200.00 

$7,893.13 

$40.00 

$84.95 

$1,006.75 

$171.16 

$656.00 

$1,471.62 

$730.00 

$250.00 

$200.10 

$1,114.39 

$81.95 

$35.00 

$14.20 

$285.00 

$103.99 

$76.00 

$1,710.65 

$380.00 

$1,320.00 

$1,077.98 

$1,187.50 

$170.00 



134 



Vendor Name 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, THE 

SHORE POWER INC 

SILVA, JOHN 

SILVER SANDS MOTEL & MARINA 

SIMPLEXGRINNELL LP 

SLATTON, DAVID & DEANNA . - 

SMITH, DAVE 

SMITH, DAVID B 

S0URCE4 

SOUTHWORTH-MILTON INC 

SPORTS & MARINE PARAFUNALIA 

ST MARTIN CATHOLIC CHURCH 

STAFFORD OIL CO INC 

STAPLES CREDIT PUKN PD 

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN DPLU 

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN DPW 

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN TCATC 

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN FD 

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN LIBRARY 

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN P&R 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

STATE OF NH - CRIMINAL RECORDS 

STATE OF NH - DMV 

STATE OF NH-MV 

STAY SAFE TRAFFIC PRODUCTS INC 

STAYWELL COMPANY, THE 

STEVEN J. SMITH & ASSOC, INC. 

STEVENS, TESSA 

STIEGLER, KELLY 

STOCKHAUSEN, ARTHUR & CAROL 

STONE, GARY 

STRAND BOOK STORE 

STRYKER SALES CORP. 

STUART, RICHARD 

SUGARLOAF AMB/RESCUE VEHICLES 

SULLIVAN &, ROBIN J 

SULLIVAN, THOMAS 

TAGLIAMONTE, PATRICIA D 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



$393.64 


$55.28 


$150,00 


$1,537.14 


$97.10 


$123.71 


$110.00 


$7.39 


$141.40 


$3,907.21 


$781.54 


$40.00 


$2,044.40 


$1,908.22 


$97.99 


$176.45 


$1,528.71 


$179.92 


$1,931.27 


$16.98 


$7,250.50 


$599.00 


$47.00 


$19,864.00 


$689.02 


$33.02 


$5,100.00 


$64.00 


$160.40 


$6.13 


$49.18 


$2,798.47 


$1,191.45 


$235.96 


$125,263.00 


$20.33 


$2,520,00 


$284.45 



TANNER, JESSICA 

TAYLOR RENTAL 

TEAM EJP CONCORD NH 

TEAMSTERS LOCAL 633 OF NH 

TEE'S PLUS 

TENNIS COURTS OF NH INC 

THE COUNTRY PRESS 

THE HEARST CORPORATION 

THE SIGN SHOP 

THERRIEN, DON 

THEVENIN,W. MICHAEL 

THOMPSON'S MOBILE RV SERVICE 

THOMSON WEST 

TIDD, JAMES A & ELIZABETH K 

TILTON TRAILER RENTAL CORP 

TOWER PUBLISHING 

TOWMASTERS 

TOWN OF GILFORD 

TOWN OF MOULTONBOROUGH 

TRAILER OUTLET, THE 

TREASURER STATE OF NH 

TREASURER STATE OF NH REVENUE 

TRI STATE FIRE PROTECTION LLC 

TRI STATE HOOD & DUCT LLC 

TRUCK TRENDS INC 

TRUGREEN 

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

TRUSTWORTHY HARDWARE, IJ\CONIA 

TWOMBLY, JEFFREY 

TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC 

U-FRAME WE FRAME 

UNION LEADER CORPORATION 

UNITED DIVERS INC 

UNITED RENTALS 

UNITED RENTALS (NA) INC 

UNITED SITE SERVICES NE INC 

UNIVERSAL RECORDING SUPPLIES 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Amount 

$1,280.90 

$5,111.80 

$39,958.76 

-$0.17 

$687.73 

$3,300.00 

$3,813.60 

$19.97 

$1,490.00 

$60.00 

$1,696.31 

$77.54 

$40.25 

$35.75 

$2,801.00 

$132.00 

$600.00 

$28,452.99 

$96.66 

$75.00 

$933,544.31 

$0.00 

$2,443.55 

$400.00 

$1,397.00 

$1,938.00 

$578,562.29 

$1,271.57 

$871.20 

$7,025.00 

$57,40 

$286.00 

$972.65 

$117.03 

$1,242.14 

$4,163.00 

$1,160.43 

$1,540.00 



135 



Vendor Name 



Town of Gilford 
2009 Vendor Payments 

Amount Vendor Name 



Amount 



UPSTART 

UPTON & HATFIELD LLP 

URSILLO, JEFF 

US CELLULAR ACT#477511 762 

US IDENTIFICATION MANUAL 

US POLICE CANINE ASSOC INC 

USPCA REGION 9 PD II 

VACMAN & BOBBIN LLC 

VAILLANCOURT, RICHARD H & JEAN 

VCA L R VETERINARY HOSPITAL 

VERDILE PHILIBOTTE, STEPHANIE 

VERIZON WIRELESS 

VILLAGE WEST CONDO ASSOC 

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL LLC 

W B MASON CO INC 

WAL MART PHCY 10-2639 

WALL, DOUGLAS R 

WALMART COMMUNITY PD 

WALMART COMMUNITY FD 

WALMART COMMUNITY P&R 

WALMART COMMUNITY DPW 

WAL-MART STORES INC 

WARNICK, PAUL 

WASHINGTON STREET CAFE 

WASTE MGMT OF NEW HAMPTON NH 

WATER INDUSTRIES INC 

WATER SAFETY PRODUCTS INC 

WATTS, MELANIE 

WELLS FARGO EQUIPMENT FINANCE 

WEST PAYMENT CENTER 

WESTERLY FIRE DEPARTMENT 

WHARF INDUSTRIES PRINTING INC 

WHITE, MELANCY FAY 

WHITEFLAG ARGO 

WILDFIRE 

WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS ZOO 

WILKINSON-BEANE FUNERAL HOME 

WILLETT, ELAINE V 



$141.73 

$1,735.31 

$1,000.00 

$54.40 

$82.50 

$332.21 

$40.00 

$386.91 

$28.00 

$73.92 

$174.87 

$1,826.64 

$4,690.81 

$1,675.00 

$1,008.14 

$0.00 

$75.36 

$791.70 

$346.92 

$429.62 

$1,871.37 

$845.57 

$300.00 

$0.00 

$101,511.65 

$942.42 

$678.00 

$65.00 

$97,473.20 

$230.60 

$50.00 

$2,349.00 

$800.00 

$219.94 

$524.00 

$276.40 

$700.00 

$424.95 



WILLIAM SMETHURST & SON INC 

WILLIAMS, DENIS 

WILSON, GARY R 

WINNIPESAUKEE TRUCK 

WINNIPESAUKEE VETERINARY 

WINNISQUAM PRINTING & COPYING 

WIRTH, JULIE 

WISE EL SANTO CO INC 

WOLCOTT CONSTRUCTION INC 

WOLFE, TIMOTHY 

WOLTERS KLUWER 

WORCESTER, JOHN 

WORKING DOG FOUNDATION 

YACHT CLUB VISTA CONDO ASSOC 

YOUNG, KIRK 

ZARELLA, MICHAEL & THERESA 

ZD TREE SERVICE 

ZEE MEDICAL INC 

ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION GPO 



$112.47 

$95.00 

$8.95 

$17,591.52 

$86.15 

$3,233.41 

$31.00 

$1,047.13 

$668,051.98 

$150.00 

$50.90 

$900.00 

$500.00 

$1,956.56 

$150.00 

$69.26 

$600.00 

$400,209.76 

$1,276.22 



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Town of Gilford 
2009 Employee Wages & Benefits 







Base 


Other 


Payroll Taxes 


Job Title 


Department 


Waqes 


Earnings 


& Benefits 


Account Clerk 


Finance & Appraisal 


$19,492.13 


$294.80 


$2,019.12 


Accountant 


Finance & Appraisal 


$42,878.41 


$986.40 


$22,673.98 


Administrative Assistant 


Planning & Land Use 


$35,351.69 


$2,061.16 


$21,942.21 


Administrative Secretary 


Fire - Rescue 


$42,137.94 


$315.04 


$16,359.99 


Administrative Secretary 


Police Dept. 


$41,910.31 


$4,336.52 


$23,701.24 


Administrative Secretary 


Public Works Admin. 


$33,875.22 


$504.43 


$14,082.41 


Administrative Secretary 


Tovi/n Administration 


$42,805.65 


$2,616.30 


$23,152.07 


Assessing Technician 


Finance & Appraisal 


$25,418.70 


$0.00 


$2,510.79 


Assessing Technician 


Finance & Appraisal 


$40,177.60 


$460.24 


$18,483.26 


Assistant Clerk/Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$28,300.53 


$404.87 


$12,784.15 


Assistant Clerk/Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$25,827.06 


$43.92 


$24,539.77 


Assistant Clerk/Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$18,387.39 


$343.01 


$1,432.88 


Assistant Clerk/Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$29,199.88 


$220.40 


$25,274.58 


Assistant Clerk/Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$12,575.58 


$0.00 


$9,774.64 


Assistant Librarian 


Library 


$32,865.90 


$765.12 


$21,257.43 


Assistant Moderator 


Elected Officials 


$33.00 


$0.00 


$2.52 


Building&Grounds Supervisor 


Buildings & Grounds 


$31,243.56 


$5,013.60 


$26,374.92 


Checklist Supervisor 


Elected Officials 


$107.26 


$0.00 


$8.21 


Checklist Supervisor 


Elected Officials 


$818.19 


$0.00 


$62.59 


Checklist Supervisor 


Elections 


$25.38 


$0.00 


$1.94 


Clerk 


Police Dept. 


$42,573.97 


$0.00 


$28,541.32 


Code Enforcement Officer 


Planning & Land Use 


$58,418.44 


$1,933.63 


$20,683.30 


Communication Specialist 


Police Dept. 


$16,330.53 


$2,387.09 


$1,431.90 


Communication Specialist 


Police Dept. 


$44,523.45 


$5,853.45 


$30,141.77 


Communication Specialist 


Police Dept. 


$16,140.00 


$710.16 


$11,037.81 


Communication Specialist 


Police Dept. 


$36,042.34 


$1,665.00 


$27,048.71 


Communication Specialist 


Police Dept. 


$4,410.00 


$175.50 


$350.79 


Communication Specialist 


Police Dept. 


$17,826.36 


$1,683.27 


$8,399.01 


Custodian 


Buildings & Grounds 


$27,463.28 


$1,922.25 


$12,842.40 


Deputy Clerk - Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$38,016.35 


-$6.48 


$14,885.60 


Deputy Fire Chief 


Fire - Rescue 


$69,382.55 


$1,365.68 


$39,738.08 


Deputy Police Chief 


Police Dept. 


$74,105.06 


$4,097.43 


$36,109.81 


Detective 


Police Dept. 


$50,126.77 


$14,171.22 


$33,494.73 


Election Worker 


Elections 


$33.00 


$0.00 


$2.52 


Election Worker 


Elections 


$33.00 


$0.00 


$2.52 


Election Worker 


Elections 


$144.38 


$0.00 


$11.05 


Election Worker 


Elections 


$111.38 


$0.00 


$8.52 


Election Worker 


Elections 


$144.38 


$0.00 


$11.05 


Executive Secretary 


Police Dept. 


$29,847.64 


$0.00 


$2,283.34 


Finance Director 


Finance & Appraisal 


$69,503.33 


$1,575.39 


$36,139.08 


Fire Captain 


Fire - Rescue 


$61,562.20 


$18,106.11 


$40,576.21 


Fire Chief 


Fire - Rescue 


$82,747.77 


$2,030.18 


$42,409.42 


Fire Inspector 


Fire - Rescue 


$35,542.46 


$1,394.36 


$3,186.03 


Fire Lieutenant 


Fire - Rescue 


$55,088.15 


$21,565.46 


$39,783.40 


Fire Lieutenant 


Fire - Rescue 


$54,167.29 


$12,717.66 


$31,827.54 


Fire Lieutenant 

1 


Fire - Rescue 


$51,863.01 


$12,910.61 


$36,470.49 

1 



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2009 Employee Wages 


& Benefits 










Base 


Other 


Payroll Taxes 


Job Title 


Department 


Waqes 


Earninqs 


& Benefits 


Firefighter / EMT 


Fire - Rescue 


$49,393.24 


$12,022.14 


$34,645.50 


Firefighter / EiVlT 


Fire - Rescue 


$44,141.74 


$5,328.51 


$32,529.60 


Firefighter / EMT 


Fire - Rescue 


$41,117.45 


$18,548.82 


$34,160.14 


Firefighter / EMT 


Fire - Rescue 


$38,295.40 


$16,720.08 


$21,536.55 


Firefighter / EMT 


Fire - Rescue 


$47,208.74 


$6,326.21 


$33,586.02 


Firefighter / EMT 


Fire - Rescue 


$38,184.56 


$11,524.08 


$19,604.26 


Firefighter/ Paramedic 


Fire - Rescue 


$44,828.68 


$8,037.85 


$33,590.43 


Firefighter / Paramedic 


Fire - Rescue 


$45,069.86 


$10,044.21 


$33,625.17 


Firefighter, Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$1,411.75 


$108.00 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$1,058.24 


$80.96 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$454.14 


$34.74 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$4,820.60 


$368.78 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$115.68 


$8.85 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$41.69 


$2,047.76 


$159.84 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$549.34 


$42.02 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$4,815.12 


$368.36 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$2,113.78 


$161.70 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$152.55 


$1,790.72 


$148.66 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$37.78 


$2,488.94 


$193.29 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$5,494.93 


$420.36 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$511.56 


$39.13 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$1,135.00 


$86.83 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$1,936.37 


$148.13 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$418.65 


$32.03 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$8.42 


$3,912.50 


$299.95 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$33.86 


$3,023.27 


$233.87 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$2,547.22 


$194.86 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$3,060.03 


$234.09 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$3,673.87 


$281.05 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$761.09 


$11.04 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$698.44 


$53.43 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$12.21 


$1,892.88 


$145.74 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$333.41 


$804.75 


$87.07 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$37.85 


$2,867.23 


$222.24 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$0.00 


$2,262.69 


$173.10 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$8.42 


$303.64 


$23.87 


Firefighter 


Call 


Fire - Rescue 


$36.73 


$2,936.89 


$227.48 


Gate Attendant 


Park & Recreation 


$1,923.95 


$0.00 


$147.18 


Gate Attendant 


Park & Recreation 


$2,046.41 


$0.00 


$156.55 


Gate Attendant 


Park & Recreation 


$1,447.70 


$0.00 


$110.75 


Gate Attendant 


Park & Recreation 


$465.95 


$0.00 


$35.65 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


Highway 


$39,640.38 


$7,938.20 


$17,090.58 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


Highway 


$34,709.72 


$4,093.57 


$26,024.67 


Highway Foreman 


Highway 


$37,441.67 


$7,551.45 


$27,810.80 


Intern 


Town Administration 


$127.50 


$0.00 


$9.75 


Intern 

1 


Town Administration 


$35.00 


$0.00 


$2.68 

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Town of Gilford 

2009 Employee Wages & Benefits 







Base 


Other 


Payroll Taxes 


Job Title 


Department 


Waqes 


Earnings 


& Benefits 


Intern 


Town Administration 


$30.00 


$0.00 


$2.30 


Laborer 


Highway 


$16,208.44 


$1,653.10 


$11,115.13 


Laborer 


Highway 


$27,305.41 


$4,185.45 


$12,632.28 


Laborer, PT 


Highway 


$5,670.50 


$12.38 


$434.74 


Laborer, PT 


Highway 


$3,762.00 


$0.00 


$287.79 


Laborer, PT 


Highway 


$10,608.69 


$173.31 


$824.82 


Laborer, PT 


Highway 


$6,300.55 


$81.50 


$488.23 


Landfill Attendant 


Solid Waste - Recycling 


$32,792.97 


$2,649.34 


$25,783.76 


Landfill Attendant 


Solid Waste - Recycling 


$18,578.07 


$382.56 


$1,450.49 


Library Assistant 


Library 


$26,665.63 


$310.96 


$14,015.59 


Library Assistant 


Library 


$7,191.15 


$0.00 


$3,588.20 


Library Assistant 


Library 


$22,197.62 


$0.00 


$11,511.86 


Library Assistant 


Library 


$16,861.48 


$312.64 


$5,892.44 


Library Assistant 


Library 


$21,099.43 


$224.34 


$1,631.27 


Library Assistant 


Library 


$21,120.66 


$208.48 


$8,594.14 


Library Clerk 


Library 


$5,278.73 


$30.91 


$406.19 


Library Clerk 


Library 


$4,599.00 


$0.00 


$351.82 


Library Director 


Library 


$70,193.79 


$1,787.43 


$35,981.84 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$3,943.88 


$0.00 


$301.71 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$2,605.32 


$0.00 


$199.31 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$2,413.94 


$0.00 


$184.67 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$4,868.43 


$0.00 


$372.43 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$5,152.50 


$0.00 


$394.17 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$5,125.75 


$0.00 


$392.12 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$5,431.51 


$0.00 


$415.51 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$4,707.07 


$0.00 


$360.09 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$4,597.16 


$0.00 


$351.68 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$3,926.39 


$0.00 


$300.37 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$3,685.51 


$0.00 


$281 .94 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$3,034.70 


$0.00 


$232.15 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$1,824.39 


$0.00 


$139.57 


Lifeguard 


Park & Recreation 


$5,985.03 


$0.00 


$457.85 


Light Equipment Operator 


Highway 


$33,841.86 


$3,513.15 


$25,688.82 


Mechanic 


Highway 


$38,522.19 


$4,724,16 


$22,627.43 


Moderator 


Elected Officials 


$300.00 


$0.00 


$22.95 


Operations Manager 


Public Works Admin. 


$51,385.21 


$1,172.04 


$31,461.92 


Parks & Recreation Director 


Park & Recreation 


$49,948.25 


$1,292.92 


$19,233.98 


Planning Director 


Planning & Land Use 


$69,420.87 


$1,865.32 


$29,646.49 


Police Chief 


Police Dept. 


$86,825.90 


$6,880.98 


$39,843.67 


Police Lieutenant 


Police Dept. 


$50,227.95 


$2,409.03 


$23,443.96 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$46,368.79 


$5,847.15 


$25,048.39 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$44,713.77 


$4,041.58 


$29,388.17 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$47,004.14 


$4,541.14 


$27,435.99 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$42,535.66 


$4,184.65 


$16,916.35 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$47,633.22 


$8,263.21 


$21,646.90 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$45,021.76 


$8,220.84 


$25,202.25 

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Town of Gilford 
2009 Employee Wages & Benefits 







Base 


Other 


Payroll Taxes 


Job Title 


Department 


Wages 


Earninqs 


& Benefits 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$45,496.91 


$14,532.04 


$19,789.69 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$3,814.72 


$41.27 


$582.64 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$27,999.22 


$2,262.40 


$20,274.43 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$3,814.72 


$110.05 


$593.03 


Police Officer 


Police Dept. 


$49,431.37 


$11,124.74 


$32,095.89 


Police Officer - P/T 


Police Dept. 


$1,486.96 


$351.00 


$140.60 


Police Officer - P/T 


Police Dept. 


$3,112.25 


$4,163.25 


$556.58 


Police Officer - P/T 


Police Dept. 


$5,775.00 


$234.00 


$459.69 


Police Officer - P/T 


Police Dept. 


$6,183.35 


$6,089.25 


$938.85 


Police Sergeant 


Police Dept. 


$59,992.28 


$3,300.11 


$33,246.17 


Police Sergeant 


Police Dept. 


$59,653.53 


$6,136.71 


$33,721.08 


Police Sergeant 


Police Dept. 


$63,401.67 


$8,451.48 


$34,998.41 


Police Sergeant 


Police Dept. 


$48,883.49 


$9,189.09 


$31,450.08 


Public Works Director 


Public Works Admin. 


$77,542.87 


$2,695.79 


$22,887.27 


Recreation Assistant 


Park & Recreation 


$22,504.06 


$559.07 


$2,370.98 


Recreation Assistant 


Park & Recreation 


$6,657.37 


$0.00 


$509.29 


Recreation Maintenance 


Park & Recreation 


$12,815.00 


$0.00 


$980.35 


Recreation Maintenance 


Park & Recreation 


$3,222.90 


$0.00 


$246.55 


Rink Maintenance 


Park & Recreation 


$725.22 


$0.00 


$55.48 


Rink Maintenance 


Park & Recreation 


$994.37 


$0.00 


$76.07 


Secretary 


Planning & Land Use 


$31,729.46 


$246.72 


$25,882.63 


Selectman 


Elected Officials 


$2,500.00 


$0.00 


$191.25 


Selectman 


Elected Officials 


$2,500.00 


$0.00 


$191.25 


Selectman 


Elected Officials 


$1,250.00 


$0.00 


$95.63 


Selectman 


Elected Officials 


$1,250.00 


$0.00 


$95.63 


Sewer Superintendant 


Sewer Dept. 


$39,606.38 


$2,658.65 


$13,216.22 


Sewer Technician 


Sewer Dept. 


$28,428.52 


$1,129.02 


$20,541.12 


Shop Foreman 


Highway 


$47,322.95 


$4,445.57 


$18,581.29 


Town Administrator 


Town Administration 


$88,580.96 


$2,051.51 


$31,713.52 


Town Clerk - Tax Collector 


Town clerk-tax Collector 


$57,951.92 


$0.00 


$21,417.53 


Treasurer 


Elected Officials 


$3,000.00 


$0.00 


$229.50 


Truck Driver 


Highway 


$16,193.25 


$1,643.66 


$6,388.15 


Truck Driver 


Highway 


$34,148.33 


$3,980.06 


$25,881.78 


Truck Driver 


Highway 


$30,336.63 


$3,960.62 


$24,997.24 


Truck Driver 


Highway 


$33,503.70 


$3,798.48 


$21,153.49 


Truck Driver 


Highway 


$4,460.73 


$1,552.78 


$4,630.95 


Welfare Director 


Finance & Appraisal 


$9,000.00 


$0.00 


$1,208.50 



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Annual Report 

of the 
School District 

of the town of 

GILFORD 

New Hampshire 



for the year ending 
December 31, 2009 



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OFFICERS OF THE GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Moderator 

John Cameron 

Clerk 

Kimberly Varricchio 

Treasurer 

Paul Simoneau 

Auditors 

Plodzik, & Sanderson 



SCHOOL BOARD 

Margo Weeks, Chairperson Term Expires 2010 

Kurt Webber, Vice-Chair Term Expires 2012 

Derek Tomlinson, Clerk Term Expires 2010 

Susan Allen Term Expires 2012 

Paul Blandford Term Expires 201 1 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Paul DeMinico 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR BUSINESS SERVICES 

Scott Isabelle 

Regular meetings of the School Board 

First Monday of Each Month 
6:00 P.M. - Gilford Elementary School 



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Deliberative Session Minutes 

Gilford School District 

Deliberative Session 

"First Session" 

February 3, 2009 

At 7:00 p.m. John Cameron, School District IVIoderator, opened the Deliberative 
Session. There were approximately 100 voters in attendance. John Cameron 
introduced the officials: Dick Hickok, Budget Committee Chair; Kimberly Varricchio, 
School District Clerk; Sue Allen, School Board Chair; Margo Weeks, School Board Vice- 
Chair; Kurt Webber, School Board Clerk; Derek Tomlinson, School Board Member and 
Paul Blandford, School Board Member 

The Moderator also introduced the following who were present in the audience 
representing the school district: Paul DeMinico, Superintendent; Scottt Isabelle, 
Assistant Superintendent for Business; Ken Wiswell, Principal of Gilford High School; 
Jim Kemmerer, Principal of Gilford Middle School; Sandie McGonagle, Principal of 
Gilford Elementary School; Barbara Loughman, School District Attorney. 

The Moderator lead the Pledge of Allegiance then explained the ground rules for the 
meeting. 

The Moderator read Article I for informational purposes only. 

Article II was read as written: 

ARTICLE II General Budget Funds 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate as an operating budget, 
not including appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted 
separately, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant or as amended 
by vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling Twenty Three 
Million, Three Hundred Sixteen Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixteen Dollars 
($23,316,816)? Should this article be defeated, the default budget shall be Twenty Four 
Million, Five Thousand, Two Dollars, ($24,005,002), which is the same as last year, with 
certain adjustments required by previous action of the Gilford School District, or by law, 
or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40:13, X 
and XVI, to take up the Issue of a revised operating budget only. 

Note: This warrant article (operating budget) does not include appropriations in ANY 
other warrant article. (Majority vote is required) 

Moved by: Dick Hickok ' 

Seconded by: Margo Weeks 



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Dick Hickok stated that the Budget Committee in general was very pleased with the 
school board's budget this year and that it was a unanimous agreement on the budget 
committee. 

The Moderator asked if there was any discussion on the Article. With there being no 
discussion he read the next Article. 

ARTICLE III Collective Bargaining Agreement 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to approve the cost item included in the collective 
bargaining agreement reached between the Gilford School Board and the Gilford 
Education Association which calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits at 
the current staffing levels: 

Year Estimated Increase 

2009-2010 $214,001 

2010-2011 $229,954 

2011-2012 $236,938 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Fourteen Thousand One 
Dollar ($ 214,001) for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, such sum representing the additional 
costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over those of the appropriation 
at current staffing levels paid in the prior fiscal year? 
(Majority vote is required) 

School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 

Moved by: Sue Allen 
Seconded by: Paul Blandford 

Richard Campbell spoke in opposition of the Article. 

The Moderator asked if there was any further discussion on the Article. With there 
being no further discussion he read the next article. 

ARTICLE IV Citizen Petition - Gilford High School Varsity Ice Hockey 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Four 
Thousand, Two Hundred Fifty Dollars, ($4,250) to fund the existing Belmont-Gilford 
Cooperative Ice Hockey Team? The School Board is authorized to expend said 
appropriation upon confirmation that the Shaker Regional School Board (Belmont) has 
raised an equal amount. The balance of revenues required to fund the program 
(approximately $1 3,000) shall remain the responsibility of the Belmont - Gilford Ice 
Hockey Boosters Association. This will be an ongoing annual appropriation and part for 
the operating budget to be funded from general taxation. (Submitted by Petition) 



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School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 

Moved by: Peter Karagianis 
Seconded by: Dale Channing Eddy 

Peter Karagianis spoke in favor of the Article stating that the Belmont/Gilford Hockey 
Program is the first cooperative sports teams in the State of NH. The program is in its 
8"^ season, 5 of which have been Varsity. They are Division III and have an 18 game 
regular season. Since its inception, the program has had 83 Gilford players and 65 
Belmont players. There have been 6 girls on the team. They had their first player to be 
named to the All-State team this year. He thanked both boards for their support. The 
boosters will continue to raise over $13,000 to help fund the $20,000 program. 

Doug Lambert spoke in opposition to the Article stating that every time we officially add 
a sport there is a stipend and wished that we could do this in more of a volunteer basis. 

Sue Allen stated that the lead school is Belmont and the coaching stipend is paid out of 
the Belmont budget. 

Norm Harris spoke in favor of the program and commended the volunteer coaches as 
there are four but only one gets paid. Norm spoke in favor of the effort of combining the 
school teams. 

Bill Slattery spoke in favor of the Article and felt it would be about a $1 .00 a year per 
taxpayer. 

Joe Wernig said that this brings a unique opportunity bringing the two communities 
together. 

Doug Lambert stated that he predicted that in 5 years the cost to the taxpayer will raise 
and the amount donated will shrink. 

Merrill Fay spoke against the Article and feels it should be funded by the Booster Club 
and not burden the Town of Gilford. 

Tim Sullivan said he would be embarrassed of the Gilford community if Belmont 
appropriated the money and the voters in Gilford voted it down. 

Terry Stewart spoke in opposition of the Article stating that it should be a volunteer 
effort. 

The Moderator asked if there was any further discussion on the Article. With there 
being no further discussion he read the next Article. 

ARTICLE V Citizen Petition - Full Time Assistant Principal and 4/5 Guidance 
Counselor at Gilford Elementary School 



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Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred 
Thirty One Thousand, Two Hundred and Fifty Six Dollars, ($131 ,256), for the purpose of 
providing the salary and benefits for the Full Time Assistant Principal and 4/5 Guidance 
Counselor at Gilford Elementary School? The same amount of salary and benefits were 
reduced in the 2009-10 Proposed District Budget. (Submitted by Petition) 

School Board: Not Recommended Budget Committee: Not Recommended 

Moved by: Sydney Leggett 
Seconded by: Joe Wernig 

Sidney Leggett spoke in favor of the Article. 

Dick Hickok stated that the budget committee was unanimously opposed 

Skip Murphy spoke in opposition of the Article stating that the ratios set by the school 
board fall well within the ratios set in the School Board Policy. 

Deb Zimmermann spoke in support of the Article stating that the cuts are short sited. 

Shelly Boucher spoke in favor of the Article stating that there were 61 signatures on the 
warrant article. 

Rona Kafanelis spoke in favor the Article to keep the guidance counselor. 

Kevin Beland spoke in favor of the Article 

Paul DeMinico explained the numbers in the decreasing enrollment. 

Doug Lambert stated that we can always reinstate positions if the enrollment and need 
arises. Doug said that this is a very good budget and it makes sense without major 
cuts. 

Deb Zimmermann questioned the enrollment numbers. 

Skip Murphy stated the enrollment numbers that he had received from Sandy 
McGonagle. 

Charles Hildreth questioned the ratios of students that use the guidance counselors. 

Sandy McGonagle replied that the students that use the guidance services vary from 
year to year. 

Margo asked Paul to give the ratio of numbers of students to guidance. 



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Paul DeMinico stated that the ratio of students to counselors from the American 
Counseling Services calls for a ratio of 250 to 1 . The proposal by the school board will 
bring our council ratio to 240 to 1 . 

Sandy McGonagle said they are providing direct services for 90+ students. 

Sydney Leggett spoke in opposition. 

Terry Stewart thanked the citizens of Gilford for assuring that the SB2 process is alive 
and well. Terry and spoke against the Article and applauded the school board for 
making these adjustments while maintaining the high standards. 

Shelli Boucher spoke against the Article. 

Sandy McGonagle stated that the Leadership Team has looked carefully at the 
proposed cuts and believes the district has a plan in place to meet the needs of the 
students. 

The Moderator asked if there was any further discussion on the Article. With there 
being no further discussion he read the next Article. 

ARTICLE VI Meadows Privately-Donated Expendable Trust Fund 

Shall the Gilford School District vote under the provisions of RSA 198:20-c to authorize 
the Gilford School Board to accept a private expendable trust for the management, 
maintenance and improvement of the Meadows Property? Said fund appoints the 
Gilford School Board as agents to expend the fund. (Majority vote is required) 

Moved by: Kurt Webber 
Seconded by: Derek Tomlinson 

Doug Lambert stated that this is a fund to build seed money and guaranteed it would 
cost taxpayers money. 

Richard Campbell made a motion to amend the Article by Striking out the word 
"expendable" and the last sentence. 

The amendment was seconded by Kevin Hayes. 

Richard Campbell stated that the way the Article is worded we don't know where it's 
going and by taking the work "expendable" out of it the school board can still accept 
donations but when they want to use the money, there will be an Article in the Warrant 
which can be discussed and voted on. 

Barbara Loughman, School District Attorney, stated that there are a couple of legal 
problems. By removing the word "expendable" you are creating a fund that you could 



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never spend. As for the last sentence, the statue that allows school board to accept 
gifts provides that the school board should be the agent to expend the funds. Deleting 
the school board as agents to expend means no one can spend the money. Attorney 
Loughman sited paragraph VI in RSA 198:20-c. 

Richard Campbell withdrew the motion to amend Article VI which was seconded by 
Kevin Hayes. 

The Moderator asked if there was any further discussion on the Article. With there 
being no further discussion he read the next Article. 

ARTICLE VII Citizen Petition - Family & Consumer Science Teacher 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to require the hiring of a certified Family & 
Consumer Science teacher at Gilford Middle School and Gilford High School to replace 
the existing Family & Consumer Science teacher who is retiring at the end of the 2008- 
09 year? The amount of salary and benefits for this position has not been reduced in 
the 2009-2010 Proposed School District. (Submitted by Petition) 

Moved by: Lisa Buckley 
Seconded by: Joe Wernig 

Lisa Buckley spoke in favor of the Article stating the importance of the program. 

Doug Lambert asked if the Article is binding. 

Attorney Loughman responded that it is advisory only. 

Linda Wright spoke in favor of the Article. 

Loretta Sikoski spoke in favor of the Article and asked where the money will go that is 
already budgeted. 

Paul DeMinico responded that when we considered looking at the position, we looked at 
what the state required for competencies. Those competencies will be integrated into 
other classes. The money was kept in the budget because we were not 100% certain 
we could integrate the competencies without spending any money. The money will go 
back to the taxpayers at the end of the year. 

Bill Slattery spoke in favor of the Article and stated that the students have started a 
petition to keep the program. 

Mark Wright spoke in favor of the Article stating that it is expensive to send kids to the 
Huot Center. 



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Joe Wernig asked if there was going to anything to replace the electives at the high 
school. 

Ken Wiswell stated that we believe we will meet the requirennents and named the 
classes that students could take as well as the options at the Huot Center. 

Tom Winkelmann spoke in favor of the Article. 

Terry Stewart spoke against the Article and believes we can use the resources available 
to teach the children what they need. 

Linda Wright spoke in favor of the Article. 

The Moderator asked if there was any further discussion on the Article. With there 
being no further discussion he read the next Article. 

ARTICLE VIII Citizen Petition - Annual Payroll Report and Annual Vendor 

Payment Report Published in the Town Report 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to have the Gilford School District's Annual Payroll 
Report and the Annual Vendor Payment Report published in the Town Report, 
beginning in 2010? Reports will include names and all benefit costs. This article will 
remain in effect until rescinded by the voters. (Submitted by Petition) 

Moved by: Doug Lambert 
Seconded by: Skip Murphy 

Doug Lambert spoke in favor of the Article stating that he does not see a good reason 
not to include the information. 

John O'Brien asked if reporting the benefit costs violates privacy. 

Attorney Loughman stated that she thought it was an invasion of privacy and suggested 
that by looking at the GEA Agreement you can see what the cost of the benefits are for 
teachers. She also said that this Article was advisory only. 

Chan Eddy spoke in favor of the Article. 

Dan Vieten suggested splitting the Article into two separate Articles. 

Tim Sullivan questioned the issue of State pensions 

Sue Allen stated, on behalf of the school board, that if anyone wanted any salary 
information, to make a Right-to-Know request at the SAU office and that information will 
be provided. 



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Doug Lambert stated that the reason for the Article was so that folks didn't have to 
make a request. 

Mark Wright spoke against the Article questioning why the name is needed. 

Christine Blouin made a motion to amend the Article by replacing "employee's names" 
with "positions." 

The motion was seconded by Karen Sullivan. 

Chan Eddy questioned the attorney as to if someone could get the names & salary 
information based on the Right-to-Know law. Attorney Loughman responded yes, you 
can go down to the SAU office and get the names. The cost of the benefits package is 
public inform. What medical plan staff has is not public information. 

A voice vote was taken and the Article was amended. 

Kevin Hayes made a motion to adjourn the meeting until IVlarch 10, 2009 with a second 
from Chan Eddy. 

At 9:18 p.m., there being no further business to come before the meeting, the IVIoderator 
declared the meeting adjourned to March 10, 2009. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Kimberly Varricchio 
School District Clerk 



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GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

"SECOND SESSION' ELECTION RESULTS 

MARCH 10,2009 

SCHOOL BOARD THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO 

Kurt Webber 770 (Elected) 

Susan D. Allen 955 (Elected) 

Debra Ann Zimmermann 546 



Write-in: 




Gordon Berridge 
Lisa Buckley 
Klaus Buttinger 
Joe Hoffman 




Pat LaBonte 




Sydney Leggett 
Peter Sawyer 





SCHOOL DISTRICT CLERK ONE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 
ONE 

Kimberly L. Varricchio 1057 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Joe Hoffman 1 

Penny Pitou 1 

SCHOOL DISTRICT MODERATOR ONE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT MORE 
THAN ONE 

John D. Cameron 1042 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Ted Shastary 1 

Joe Hoffman 2 

SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER ONE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR NOT 

MORE THAN ONE 

Paul R. Simoneau 1085 (Elected) 

Write-in: 

Joe Hoffman 1 

ARTICLE II General Budget Funds 



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Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate as an operating budget, 
not including appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted 
separately, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant or as amended 
by vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling Twenty Three 
Million, Three Hundred Sixteen Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixteen Dollars 
($23,316,816)? Should this article be defeated, the default budget shall be Twenty Four 
Million, Five Thousand, Two Dollars, ($24,005,002), which is the same as last year, with 
certain adjustments required by previous action of the Gilford School District, or by law, 
or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40:13, X 
and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating budget only. 

Note: This warrant article (operating budget) does not include appropriations in ANY 
other warrant article. (Majority vote is required) 

YES 1030 PASSED 

NO 263 

ARTICLE III Collective Bargaining Agreement 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to approve the cost item included in the collective 
bargaining agreement reached between the Gilford School Board and the Gilford 
Education Association which calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits at 
the current staffing levels: 

Year Estimated Increase 

2009-2010 $214,001 

2010-2011 $229,954 

2011-2012 $236,938 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Fourteen Thousand One 
Dollar ($ 214,001) for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, such sum representing the additional 
costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over those of the appropriation 
at current staffing levels paid in the prior fiscal year? 
(Majority vote is required) 

School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 

YES 828 PASSED 

NO 486 

ARTICLE IV Citizen Petition - Gilford High School Varsity Ice Hockey 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Four 
Thousand, Two Hundred Fifty Dollars, ($4,250) to fund the existing Belmont-Gilford 
Cooperative Ice Hockey Team? The School Board is authorized to expend said 
appropriation upon confirmation that the Shaker Regional School Board (Belmont) has 



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raised an equal amount. The balance of revenues required to fund the program 
(approximately $1 3,000) shall remain the responsibility of the Belmont - Gilford Ice 
Hockey Boosters Association. This will be an ongoing annual appropriation and part for 
the operating budget to be funded from general taxation. (Submitted by Petition) 

School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 

YES 694 PASSED 

NO 622 

ARTICLE V Citizen Petition - Full Time Assistant Principal and 4/5 

Guidance Counselor at Gilford Elementary School 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred 
Thirty One Thousand, Two Hundred and Fifty Six Dollars, ($131 ,256), for the purpose of 
providing the salary and benefits for the Full Time Assistant Principal and 4/5 Guidance 
Counselor at Gilford Elementary School? The same amount of salary and benefits were 
reduced in the 2009-10 Proposed District Budget. (Submitted by Petition) 

School Board: Not Recommended Budget Committee: Not 

Recommended 

YES 320 

NO 997 FAILED 

ARTICLE VI Meadows Privately-Donated Expendable Trust Fund 

Shall the Gilford School District vote under the provisions of RSA 198:20-c to authorize 
the Gilford School Board to accept a private expendable trust for the management, 
maintenance and improvement of the Meadows Property? Said fund appoints the 
Gilford School Board as agents to expend the fund. (Majority vote is required) 

YES 721 PASSED 

NO 570 

ARTICLE VII Citizen Petition - Family & Consumer Science Teacher 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to require the hiring of a certified Family & 
Consumer Science teacher at Gilford Middle School and Gilford High School to replace 
the existing Family & Consumer Science teacher who is retiring at the end of the 2008- 
09 year? The amount of salary and benefits for this position has not been reduced in 
the 2009-2010 Proposed School District Budget. (Submitted by Petition) 

YES 619 

NO 685 FAILED 



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ARTICLE VIII Citizen Petition - Annual Payroll Report and Annual Vendor 

Payment Report Published in the Town Report 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to have the Gilford School District's Annual Payroll 
Report and the Annual Vendor Payment Report published in the Town Report, 
beginning in 2010? Reports will include positions and all benefit costs. This article will 
remain in effect until rescinded by the voters. (Submitted by Petition) 

YES 861 PASSED 

NO 436 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kimberly Varricchio 
School District Clerk 



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2009 Report of the Gilford School Board Chair 

The past year has brought a number of challenges and positive developments for the 
Gilford School District. The School Board has been well aware of the current economic 
climate and the Leadership Team has been challenged to Raise the Bar without Raising 
the Budget. The Leadership Team and Staff are rising to the challenge and we have 
some very positive improvements to report on. 

A major accomplishment for Gilford High School and the community is the 
successful accreditation with commendations by the NEASC (New England 
Accreditation of Schools and Colleges) for a ten year cycle. This process was a long 
and detailed internal review and presentation to the review committee by the high 
school staff, under the skillful leadership and guidance of Mr. Ken Wiswell, Principal. 
The entire staff worked diligently for several years to address concerns expressed in 
previous reviews which had resulted in conditional accreditation. The review covers all 
aspects of the high school, not the least of which are: curriculum, student learning, 
resources, school environment and physical facilities. The entire community, including 
Gilmanton, should feel proud of this accomplishment, which was enabled by the 
taxpayers and students of both Gilford and Gilmanton. 

We also saw the retirement of two veteran administrators, Mrs. Sandra T. 
McGonagle and Mr. Jim Kemmerer. The district was fortunate to find two very 
experienced and capable administrators to lead our future progress: Dr. Jack Billings at 
GES and Ms. Marcia Ross at GMS. We are fortunate to have them joining the district 
and they have already made positive contributions at both schools. 

The following are specific issues and progress for the past year in line with the goals of 
the Long Range Strategic Plan: 

I) Goal 1: Curriculum 

Efforts are being made to strengthen the curriculum and teaching at each building 
and are evidenced by the following: 

A) Implementation of Delayed Entry Wednesdays at the high school to allow 
teachers sufficient time to strengthen and standardize curriculum, teaching 
methods and standardization of expectations across classes. 

B) Increased and improved use of TechPath software, a tool to help with the 
development of a sound curriculum and teaching methods. 

C) Increased math time at the middle school made possible by scheduling changes 
implemented in the fall. Implemented new math specialist position at GMS to 
move the school's efforts in math forward. 

D) Continued emphasis on Literacy by devoting more learning time to literacy at the 
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II) Goal 2: Student Learning 

This involves not only measuring student learning but also setting a high and 
consistent standard for student learning. 

A) NECAP scores: while our results are marginally above state averages, they do 
show some improvements in most areas. The administration and school board 
are all watching these scores with the expectation that these continue an upward 
curve. 

B) Implementation of a Summer Academy to help students at GMS 'make the grade' 
and earn promotion to GHS. Last summer, the initial offering, helped 10 students 
meet expectations for promotion to GHS. 

C) Initiation of Competency Based Evaluations at GHS, per State Department of 
Education standards. Any course grade is comprised of and scored on 3-6 core 
competencies, each of which must be successfully completed in order to pass 
the course. Competency recovery, opportunities for students to pass a specific 
competency that was failed, is available, helping to insure that all students meet 
the curhculum standards. 

D) Improvement of student behavior to enhance the learning environment. 
Implementation of Project Unity at GHS which trains student leaders in methods 
to encourage peers to maintain a standard of conduct in which all students can 
feel safe and learn. Also, in response to numerous parent concerns regarding 
student behavior on buses, audio/video recorders have been installed on all 
buses in accordance with a new school policy, ECAF. 

III) Goal 3: Professional Development 

How our teaching staff improve their knowledge, skills and teamwork. 

A) Introduction of Professional Learning Communities (PLC's) at each school, and 
in conjunction with Delayed Entry Wednesdays at GHS. 

B) Attendance by staff from each school at a conference on PLC's in Virginia. 

C) Review of math instruction by math consultant, Dr. Mahesh Sharma, who 
provided valuable feedback on teaching methods specific to math. 

D) Renewed budgetary support for continuing education for teaching staff. 

IV) Goal 4: Parent - Community 

Relations and communication with parents and taxpayers 

A) Continued development of a Superintendent-Parent Advisory Group, a group of 
parents from each school that meets with the superintendent on a quarterly basis 
to discuss and review issues and proposals. 

B) Continued Parent Forums at GHS for any and all parents to review any issues of 
concern to parents and to present new changes (like competency based 
evaluations). 

C) Enhanced communication to parents via email and print distributions regarding 
school events and accomplishments. 



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D) Implementation of AlertNow system designed to quickly notify all parents of 
breaking news affecting students such as weather conditions, dance 
cancellations, etc. 

V) Goal 5: Facilities 

A) Completion of new roofs on GES and GHS 

B) Addressed the unexpected flooding at GMS last spring due to a water valve 
break on the top floor of the school. Excellent work and supervision by the 
Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds - Tim Bartlett led to a quick and satisfactory 
resolution of the issues. 

C) Decision and planning to relocate the SAD office to the old library, work has 
begun to get the building up to code and create some private office spaces for 
confidential school business. 

D) Communication with Town Planning Board re capital improvement projects 
needed over the coming 5 to 10 years. 

Looking ahead to the coming year, the School Board asked that the Leadership 
Team create a budget for the coming year that is essentially flat, maximizing current 
resources and tools to maintain programs, improve curriculum and instruction, and 
enhance student learning, i.e., Raise the Bar, at a price the community can afford. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Margo Weeks 

Chairperson, Gilford School Board 



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Gilford Elementary School 

Principal's Annual Report 

2009 

Thank you for an opportunity to provide an Annual Report for the Gilford 
Elementary School to the citizens of Gilford. Student enrollment on October 1, 2009 
was 361 distributed across grades kindergarten through grade four. This year 
marked the passing of a revered, second grade classroom teacher and colleague 
Ms. Ruth Roberts and the retirement of Principal: Mrs. Sandra McGonagle. Sandra 
had long been both a teacher and administrator at the GES. Her transition into 
retirement was memorialized by having the nature trail behind the elementary school 
named in her honor. A long time advocate of environmental education across the 
curriculum, the trail naming was a popular wonderfully appropriate decision. 

The Gilford Elementary School is an 'inclusive' educational community. All 
students of Gilford are warmly embraced and supported within our school 
community inspired by the philosophy all children, regardless of differences, have 
the right to an education within their neighborhood school where rich and diverse 
peer friendships can be nurtured and celebrated. Special thanks are due to both 
Director of Special Services; Ms. Esther Kennedy, for her personal and professional 
advocacy of inclusion and to the greater community of Gilford who provides the 
fiscal resources for us to succeed. 

Keeping pace with technological advancements has continued to be an area of 
focus for the Gilford Public Schools. Within the elementary school this has translated 
into increased use of Smartboard© technology within several classrooms and 
projectors placed in other classrooms. District Technology Coordinator, Ms. Brenda 
Magee spearheads technology initiatives and through a comprehensive 
maintenance program ensures a replacement/restoration rotation keeping student 
and staff desktops and attending software programs current. Students write produce 
and broadcast news reports and the school's showcase programs encourages 
students to experiment with the use of technology to communicate what they have 
learned to peers through public performance. The school community is committed to 
green communication communicating internally and with our families through 
technological mediums. 

The GES Student Council coordinated many projects this year which provided 
assistance to needy families and instilled in our student body the importance of 
helping others. The School Store provides students access to inexpensive school 
supplies while providing an educational program in simple accounting and business 
management. The Green Panda Recycling Club coordinated recycling. 

Assessment of student achievement is accomplished through a variety of 
benchmark assessments throughout the school year to assure students are making 
steady progress. During the fall, students in grades 3 and 4 participated in the State 
of New Hampshire NECAP (New England Common Assessment Program). The 



results of the tests are used to determine instructional needs of students and 
measure student progress in reading, math, language arts, and science. The staff is 
currently researching assessment alternatives not only affording teachers and 
families current and ongoing achievement indicators but will allow the instructional 
staff to identify and respond to individual learners in a more timely fashion. This 
assessment initiative will also direct next year's staff development. 

For the 27'^ year, GES was the recipient of the New Hampshire Partners in 
Education Blue Ribbon Award to recognize extraordinary numbers of parent and 
community volunteers within our school. Laconia Savings Bank provides a weekly 
banking program for students, and Hannaford Brothers encourages students in the 
collection of store coupons, which later provides a cash award for the school's artist 
in residence programs. We express our thanks to the many, many parents and 
community volunteers for their support of our students and assistance to staff. This 
award makes evident a vibrant community collaboration invested in the success of 
our children. 

Frank Latosek from the Gilford Fire Department provided instruction to staff in 
CPR and first aid courses and continues to mentors the school's select, medical 
emergency response team. The school districts Emergency Planning Team meets 
monthly to coordinate various agencies in keeping our students safe. The school 
staff is committed to a safe school environment and regularly conducts drills for 
response to a variety of emergencies. 

Extended Day Programs, Summer Day Program, and After School Enrichment 
programs continue to provide a wide variety of enriching academic experiences for 
students. The costs of the programs are totally offset by revenues and makes for 
wonderful programming alternatives for working families. Staff fund raising initiatives 
and district grant writing make scholarships available for any and all students who 
might otherwise not participate. 

On behalf of the students and staff at Gilford Elementary School, we express our 
thanks to the community agencies supporting our school community including: the 
Gilford Police and Fire Departments, Department of Public Works, Parks and 
Recreation, Gilford Library, Prescott Farms, Thompson Ames Historical Society, and 
the Gilford Rotary Club. GES also thanks the Gilford School Board, SAU personnel, 
the Municipal Budget Committee, the Gilford PTA, the Volunteer Steering 
Committee, and the citizens of Gilford for supporting the goals, priorities, and vision 
of GES. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John "Jack" W. Billings, EdD 
Principal, Gilford Elementary School 



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Gilford Middle School 

Principal's Annual Report 

2009 

Gilford Middle School continues to be a dynamic learning community for students in 
grades 5-8. Interdisciplinary teams at each grade level provide coordinated, engaging 
learning experiences in math, science, social studies, language arts, and reading. 
Unified Arts courses, world languages in grades 7 and 8 and physical education classes 
at all grade levels offer students expanded opportunities to grow and learn. 

The GMS facility is once again functioning normally after the disruption caused by 
flooding during the 2009 February break. The combined efforts of community agencies, 
private businesses, and school district and GMS staff made this possible. Special 
thanks to everyone involved and to all GMS students and families for their support and 
flexibility during this challenging period in the history of our school. 

The end of the 2008-2009 school year was marked by the retirement of several 
longtime GMS staff members. Math teachers Edwin (Duke) Kline and Sue Leitch, 
family and consumer science teacher Linda Wright, reading teacher Teri Mylett, 
assistant teacher Marcia Tocci and principal Jim Kemmerer were honored for their 
commitment to teaching and learning. 

The new school year opened on September 1 , 2009 with an enrollment of 362. All 
students began their first day with an assembly held in the gymnasium. Students in 
grades 6, 7 and 8 welcomed the new class of 5'*^ grade students with a warm round of 
applause. It was also the first day for new staff members Christine Davol - grade 5 
reading, Harry Jones - grade 7 reading, David Bartlett - grade 8 math and Nancy Allen 
- grade 8 science. 

Planned changes in the daily schedule for 2008-2009 have supported the development 
of a Content Enrichment Strategies approach for the instruction of reading in grades 6- 
8. This revised focus on reading instruction has included all content area and reading 
teachers in a unified approach tailored to each grade level. Professional development 
time provided during the summer contributed to a successful start for this program. 

As the District continues to focus on improving student learning at all levels, GMS 
teachers are committed to working collaboratively to align curriculum and supporting 
instruction with the State of NH Curriculum Standards. Coordinated professional 
development tied to these efforts is an important component of this work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marcia Ross 

Principal, Gilford Middle School 



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Gilford High School 

Principal's Annual Report 

2009 



The October 1 , 2009 enrollment (our official count for Department of Education 
purposes) at Gilford High School was 571 . Since then our enrollment has fluctuated 
from a low of 567 to a high of 586. We think this flux is a symptom of the volatile 
economic times. We welcomed seven new members to our faculty in August. Those 
who joined us are Tracy Nudd-Homeyer in English; Natalee Miller in Math; Amy Tripp in 
Physical Education; Laura Weed in Art; Joseph Maslow in Special Education; and 
Emily Clement as an interim Guidance Counselor. Erica Wilson is our new Technology 
Integrator. We are very fortunate to have attracted these talented new staff members. 

The big news for us this year was receiving our official notification letter from the New 
England Association of Schools and Colleges informing us that we had been awarded 
continued accreditation for another ten-year cycle. In that letter, Charles McCarthy 
writing on behalf of the Commission on Public Secondary Schools stated: "The 
Commission on Public Secondary Schools, at Its September 20-21, 2009 meeting, 
reviewed the evaluation report from the recent visit to Gilford High School and voted to 
award the school continued accreditation in the New England Association of Schools 
and Colleges. 

The Commission was impressed with many of the programs and services at Gilford 
High School and wishes to commend the following: 



the development of a mission and expectations for student learning that strongly 

reflects the values and beliefs of the school community 

the numerous opportunities provided to expand the curriculum and student 

learning beyond the normal course offerings and the school campus 

the establishment of K-12 curriculum committees in five academic areas that 

include representatives from the sending schools 

the provision of sufficient instructional materials, technology, equipment, 

supplies, facilities, staffing, and library resources to support the curriculum 

the provision of professional development focused on the review and 

development of the curriculum, including paid days for summer curriculum work 

by teachers 

the wide range of instructional strategies employed by teachers to meet student 

needs 

the availability of workshops and seminars for teachers to develop further 

knowledge and instructional skills to support student learning 

the use of a variety of assessments strategies to evaluate student knowledge 

and understanding of course content and competencies 

the dedication of the principal to the articulation of a clear vision for Gilford High 

School . 



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• the commitment of the district to maintaining student loads that enable teachers 
to meet individual student needs 

• the clear commitment of teachers and support staff to the well-being and learning 
of students 

• the strong sense of community and school pride evident among the school 
community members 

• the provision of alternative services to meet individual student needs, including 
the Meadows, the Carye Center, and the learning lab that support individual 
student success in a variety of learning settings 

• the effective and ongoing communication by support personnel with students, 
parents, guardians, and other school personnel about the support services 
available for students with identified needs 

• the comprehensive and positive nature of guidance services including the 
facilitation of a smooth transition of Gilmanton students to Gilford High School 
and the provision of wide-ranging and effective personal, group, academic, and 
career counseling for all students 

• the development of the technology integration and information services program 
which has increased student and staff technology use and skills, put in place a 
significant variety of technology options, and has provided prompt response to 
technology Issues 

• the full inclusion of students with identified needs into regular education 
programming 

• the proactive communication by the school with parents through e-mail, the 
website, and Edilne 

• the successful renovation of the school building which has resulted in a facility 
that now enhances and supports all aspects of teaching and learning 

• the inviting, clean, and well maintained school plant 

• the development of a ten-year capital Improvement plan for mechanical and 
electrical systems and for furniture replacement. 

As with all accredited schools we must now submit a Two-Year Progress Report, which 
in the case of Gilford High School is due on October 1 , 201 1 . 

Another milestone for us this year is the full implementation of a Competency-Based 
Credit Award system. We made this change in compliance with the NH DOE new rules 
for school approval issued in 2005. As a result each course has been organized into 
several essential competencies. Competencies identify in general terms what a student 
should know or be able to do in order to proceed to the next educational level and/or life 
beyond high school. Competencies usually "bundle" a set of skills, abilities, and 
knowledge into one general standard. 

For students and parent/guardians, the most significant immediate impact is that 
students are no longer able to earn a course credit by doing well in just a few areas of a 
course. Up until now, students could pass a course and earn credit toward graduation 
by averaging their high grades in one part of the course with their poor grades in 
another part of the course. Beginning this fall, students are required to earn a passing 



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average in each area of the course that has a corresponding competency. Regardless 
of how well they do in other parts of a particular course, credit will not be awarded until 
the standards for all competencies have been met. It will now be possible, although 
rare, for a student to have an over all passing course average, but not earn credit 
because the average for one of the competencies is below the minimum passing grade. 

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our parents and other 
members of the GHS community for your generous donations of your time and for your 
support. As we continue our efforts to make Gilford High School a modern high school 
that prepares all students for a rapidly changing economic world, we want to express 
our sincere appreciation for the commitment and involvement of the community with the 
ongoing advancement of Gilford High School. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ken Wiswell 

Principal, Gilford High School 



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CLASS OF 2009 



Alexis Rosemarie Adams 
Sarah Morgan Ayer 
Nicole Amanda Lee Bacon 
Lul<e Conrad Bahder 
Holly ann Bailey 
William Lloyd Barnard 
Lydia Bartlett 
Benjamin Giles Belanger 
Gregory Michael Bernash 
MacKenzie John Billin 
Zachary John Blake 
Andrew Thomas Boardman 
Eric Andrew Bos 
Gilbert Dixon Boyd 
Cecily Sharon Bryant 
Megan Susanne Buckner 
Robert William Buontempo III 
Nicholas Thomas Burbee 
Christopher Archer Burt 
Matthew Ryan Canole 
Matthew Richard Cappello 
Lindsey Karen Carr 
Samuel LagueuxChapin 
Ellas Robert Cilley 
Timothy David Clairmont 
Thomas Edward Clark 
Cora Anne Crafts 
Cassandra Lee Crockett 
John Anthony Davies II 
Katie Lynn Donovan 
Kelsey Leigh Dudek 
Johnathan Raymond Eaton 
Brianna Marie England 
Sarah Elizabeth Fitzpatrick 
Joshua Alden Fortier 
Allison Marie Gagliardi 
Alex James Gandolfi 
Jessica Lynn Gamblin 
Christina Marie Gangi 
Sasha Mitzie Garfinkle 
Steven Tyler Gargano 
Meagan Melissa Girard 
Chelsea Marie Gleeson 
Ryan Richard Gorman 



Molly Corbett Gould 
Jami Marie Harmon 
Samantha Elizabeth Hart 
Michael Gerhard Hassler 
Julie Frances Hatch 
Sarah Ann Healy 
Daniel Joseph Hewitt 
Shauna Louise Hewitt 
Tasha Etta Hickey 
James Russell Hunter 
Allison Marie Hutchins 
Michael Jonathan Jurta 
Thomas William Kelley 
Andrew Brendan Keohan 
Ryan Ashley Kephart 
Chandara Khim 
Seamus Michael Kirwan 
William Spencer Klubben III 
Courtney Elizabeth Knowles 
Megan Ashley Korber 
Carl Anthony Kowalski 
James John Lucas 
Megan Hannah Lyman 
Alicia Jean MacDonald 
Rebecca Lisa Malburne 
Jaime Ann Maloney 
Zachary Frederick Mattice 
Brenden Lawrence McGeoghean 
Terence John McGeoghean 
Daniel Webster McLaughlin 
Alexander Joseph McQuade 
Gregory Joseph Meena 
Jason David Monmaney 
Alex Gland Moorehead 
Sheri Lynn Morasse 
Ryan Joshua Morgan 
Leslie Ann Morin 
Samantha Anne Morris 
Rachel Catherine Morrison 
Taylor Kelsey Morhson 
Adam Martin Moulton 
Brittany Michelle Murpy 
Tyler Patrick Murphy 
Lindsey Ferol Nelson 



Michael Arthur Nickerson 
Christina-Marie O'Brien 
Amanda Elizabeth Palisi 
Miles Gregory Parker 
Cortney Lee Patten 
Brooke Triniti Perez 
Rachel Elizabeth Petrozzi 
Amanda Marie Peverly 
Katherine Lyn Potter 
Katie Lynn Powers 
Kristie Lee Powers 
Justine Marie Price 
Samuel Robert Read 
Annamarie Redman 
Ian Scott Rice 
Melissa Rivas 
Kaitlin Dianne Scannell 
Gordon Douglas Scott 
Trevor Michael Shackett 
Christopher Ian Shields 
Michael Vincent Signorine 
Ethan Alcide Simoneau 
Katelyn Elizabeth Simoneau 
Jonathan Craig Sinclair 
Timothy Wayne Smith 
Thomas William Snell 
Jaclyn Elizabeth Snow 
Sarah Jane Snow 
Ashlyn Marie Soboleski 
Christie Leigh Stack 
Bryan Robert Stewart 
Amber Leigh Stitt 
Caleb Clifford Stockwell 
Jennah Ronnie Stone 
Emily Elizabeth Strese 
Lynsey Marie Tyler 
Samuel Raymond Vitale 
Eric Edward Walsh 
Nathan Alan Walter 
Erika Lindsay Warnick 
Samantha Emily Watterson 
Kenneth Eugene Webber 
Nathaniel Miles Zela 
Kathie Ashley Zyla 




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r 


School Statistics 




Gilford School District Enrollment 




As of October 1 


,2009 


Elementary 








Kindergarten 


67 




Grade 1 


74 




Grade 2 


74 




Grade 3 


62 




Grade 4 


85 




Total Elementary 


362 


Middle School 








Grade 5 


94 




Grade 6 


74 




Grade 7 


98 




Grade 8 


98 




Total Middle 


364 


High School 








Grade 9 


141 




Grade 10 


142 




Grade 11 


135 




Grade 12 


154 



Total High 



School Distnct Total 



572 



1298 



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Gilford School District 


Special Education Funding 
For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009 


Expenditures 






Instruction 
Related Services 
Administration 
Legal 
Transportation 




$3,534,191.71 

301,493.83 

189,356.00 

.00 

569,574.14 


Total Expenditures 




$4,594,615.68 


Revenues 






Catastrophic Aid 

Medicaid 

Other LEA'S 

Dis Programs (Federal) 


$ 266,087.40 

46,670.58 

169,649.87 

207,107.29 


Total Revenues 




$ 689,515.14 


Expenses are for delivery of special education instruction, occupational/physical 
therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, and special education transportation. Grant 
programs and revenues are for special education services delivered through state or 
federal funding. 


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Financial Report 

Gilford School District 

For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009 



Revenues 
School district assessment 
Other local 
State 
Federal 

Total revenues 

Expenditures 
Current 
Instruction 
Support services: 
Student 

Instructional staff 

General administration .-- 

Executive administration 

School administration 

Business 

Operation and maintenance of plant 

Student transportation 

Other 
Non-Instructional Services 
Debt service 
Principal 

Interest ,, .■ 

Facilities acquisition and construction 

Total expenditures 

Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under) expenditures 

Other financing sources (uses): 
Transfers in 
Transfers out 

Total other financing sources and uses 

Net change in fund balance 

increase in fund balance reserved for special purposes 
Unreserved fund balance, beginning 
Unreserved fund balance, ending 



General Fund 

$13,289,799 

3,353.704 

4,893.586 

46,671 

$ 21.583,760 



9,165,909 

845,256 

854,004 

74,732 

172,443 

1,191,697 
311,526 

2,353,091 
594,512 

4,704,123 



1,040,000 

553,285 

28,285 

21.888,863 

(305,103) 



50,000 



50,000 

(255,103) 

28,286 

1,243.546 

$ 1.016.729 



Note Source - Plodzil< & Sanderson, Independent Auditors 



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Financial Report 
Gilford School District 

Food Service Funds 
For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009 



Revenues: 

Local $ 319,384 

State 5,699 

Federal 123,165 

Total revenues 448,248 

Expenditures: 
Current: 
Instruction 

Non-instructional service 441,386 

Total expenditures 441.386 

Excess of revenues over expenditures 6,862 

Fund balances, beginning 120.106 

Fund balances, ending 126,968 



Note Source - Plodzik & Sanderson, Independent Auditors 



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GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT 
VENDOR HISTORY 
1/1/09-12/31/09 



NAME AMOUNT 

3M SECURITY SYSTEMS $2,064.00 

AARON WITHAM $307.08 

ABC SCHOOL SUPPLY $73.02 

ABILITATIONS $2,148.92 

ABNER TROPHIES & AWARDS $36.00 

ABSOLUTE SEPTIC SERVICE $810.00 

ACE AMERICAN INSURANCE CO $2,300.00 

ACORN CREATIVE $1,400.00 

ACORN NATURALISTS ' $76.60 

ADA BADMINTON AND TENNIS $230.85 

ADVANTAGE PRESS . $128.40 

AGWAY: GOULDS GARDEN CENT $163.75 

AIREX FILTERS $3,621.51 

ALLBRITEINC. ■ ' $1,763.50 

ALLISON SULLIVAN $1,285.00 

ALTON HOME & GARDEN CENTE $130.51 

AMBER GREENLAW $2,740.53 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS $403.00 

AMERICAN HONDA FINANCE CORPORATION $6,519.96 

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOC. $205.00 

AMERICAN RED CROSS $442.00 

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR QUIALITY $106.01 

AMERICAN TIME & SIGNAL CO $100.63 

AMERIGAS-LACONIA $5,399.47 

AMIE CLOOS $200.00 

AMY TRIPP $160.00 

ANACONDA SPORTS $171.00 

ANASTASIA BARKSDALE $243.12 

ANATOMICAL CHART COMPANY $788.53 

ANHPEHRA $15.00 

ANNE NUTE $200.00 

ANTEC CALLIBRATION SERVIC $201 .00 

ANTHONY SPERAZZO $3,231.67 

APPLE COMPUTER INC. $11,751.16 

APPLETREE NURSERY $400.00 

ARMSTRONG & WILLIAMS $1 ,600.00 

ARNOLD T. CLEMENT CO., INC. $5,695.00 

ASBO INTERNATIONAL $185.00 

ASCD $1,211.85 

AT&T ■ $4,929.63 

ATECH VISION & HEARING SERVICES $200.00 

B H KEITH ASSOCIATES $3,059.33 

B&H PHOTO VIDEO $4,200.00 

BAILEY POTTERY EQUIPMENT AND CERAMIC SUPPLIES $903.00 

BANWELL ARCHITECTS INC $490.41 



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BARBARA EDWARDS $149.60 

BARBARA STROHM $35.20 

BARON MACHINE INC. $698.00 

BELKNAP COMMUNICATIONS, LLC $225.00 

BELKNAP LANDSCAPING CO. $7,950.00 

BELKNAP TIRE CO., INC. $1,115.90 

BERGHAHN, LISA $25.00 

BERGMAN, JOANNA $50.00 

BETH DEVIVO $80.00 

BETH HADDOCK $55.00 

BETHZIMMER $151.07 

BH PHOTO VIDEO $914.15 

BIANCO CHILD & FAMILY THERAPY $190.00 

BINETTE GYM FLOOR RESTORATION $1 1 ,600.00 

BLACK BOX NETWORK SERVICES $9,140.93 

BLAIS, ROSA $50.00 

BLAKE WORKS $111.99 

BLICK ART MATERIALS $1,179.31 

BL0DGETTSUPPLYC0#7 $259.94 

BLUEGRASS PLAYGROUNDS INC. $89.00 

BLYTHE GUSTAFSON $272.95 

BMI $72.45 

BOB'S LOCK AND KEY $388.75 

BOOKFIX, SCHOLASTICINC. $1,049.00 

BOOTHBY SPEECH SERVICES $321 ,259.68 

BORDERS $1,594.90 

BOS, HEATHER $25.00 

BOUILA GORRELL LUMBER $1 ,829.63 

BOUTWELL, WAYNE $25.00 

BRATTLEBORO RETREAT $142.54 

BRENDA MCGEE $337.33 

BRIDGEPORT NATIONAL BINDERY INC $537.24 

BRIGGS & STRATTON CORP. $2,827.80 

BUDGET TEXT $691.06 

BUREAU OF EDUCATION $567.00 

BUSINESSWEEK $25.00 

C & H DISTRIBUTORS, LLC $134.71 

CALCULATORS, INC. $148.75 

CALENDARS $41.39 

CALLOWAY HOUSE INC. $216.85 

CAMP ALLEN INC. $2,300.00 

CANTIN CHEVROLET-CADILLAC, INC $103.21 

CAPITOL FIRE PROTECTION $2,574.50 

CAREER CRUISING $445.00 

CAROL MATTICE $25.00 

CAROL YOUNG-PODMORE $3,229.00 

CAROLE BARBOUR $2,824.96 

CAROLINA BIO. SUPPLY $1 ,835.27 

CAROSELLIE PAINTING $6,075.00 

CASCADE SCHOOL SUPPLIES $1 ,039.49 

CATHERINE M. FOX $1,287.83 



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CATHERINE VANBENNEKUM $75.00 

CCP INDUSTRIES $759,48 

CDW-G $2,894.03 

CENGAGE LEARNING $5,498.09 

CENTER FOR READING RECOVE $2,000.00 

CENTER FOR READING RECOVERY AND LITERACY COLLABORA $1 ,625.00 

CENTER FOR THE PREVENTION OF HATE VIOLENCE $4,829.74 

CENTRAL GARAGE DOOR CO. $432.00 

CENTRAL PAPER PRODUCTS IN $38,006.07 

CHANNINGL. BETE, INC. $693.11 

CHANTELLE MOYNIHAN $2,757.11 

CHAPIN, BETSY $25.00 

CHARLES LAURENT $77.00 

CHERYL BRYAN $98.99 

CHERYL JOHNSON $55.00 

CHESTER BOOK CO $54.40 

CHESTER CREEK TECHNOLOGIES $115.97 

CHRIS L ANDERSON $1,335.00 

CHRISTINE BASSETT $397.86 

CHRISTINE H DAVOL $664.34 

CHRISTINE RODERICK $3,490.17 

CHRISTINE WALLIN $2,230.01 

CINDIJENKINS $179.40 

CLASSROOM DIRECT $5,230.03 

OLD PAVING $4,600.00 

CLEAN AIRE TECHNOLOGY $169.00 

CLEANHARBORS ENVIRO. $267.80 

CLEAN-0-RAMA INC $18,849.19 

CLEANSOURCE $1,062.05 

CLM GROUP, INC $1,249.50 

COCA-COLA OF NORTHERN N E $9,041.70 

COHEN STEEL SUPPLY, INC. $911.85 

COLLEGE BOARD AP * $137.00 

COLLEGE BOARD PUBLICATION $134.09 

COLLEGIATE PAINTING $9,850.00 

COLORSHED, INC $3,541.00 

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN EQUIP. $614.05 

CONCORD MONITOR INC $2,273.03 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY BIOLOG $298.48 

CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES INC. $102,341.96 

CONWAY OFFICE PRODUCTS IN $61,690.43 

CORE VOCATIONAL SERVICES INC $148,391.00 

CORWIN PRESS $344.85 

COSTA $50,999.99 

COTE, THOMAS $25.00 

CPI $63.00 

CREATIVE COMMUNICATION $50.35 

CREATIVE OFFICE PAVILION $4,158.00 

CREATIVE THERAPY STORE $203.39 

CRI INC $5,514.46 



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CRITERIA $3,786.60 

CRYSTAL ROCK LLC - $1,839.71 

CRYSTAL SPRINGS BOOKS $421 .31 

CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC $99.95 

CYBERGUYS $29.37 

CZERWINSKI, PAUL $25.00 

D&S MARKETING SYSTEMS INC $405.90 

DANIELS ELECTRIC $77,815.80 

DANYS, IRENA $25.00 

DAVESYKIE $61.84 

DAVID PINKHAM $1,488.28 

DAVID STEVENS $209.40 

DAYTIMERS INC. $110.17 

DEBORA WHEELER $165.00 

DEBOW WILDLIFE SERVICE $590.00 

DEBRA LALIBERTE $1,283.67 

DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION $1 14,868.28 

DELTA EDUCATION INC $2,1 14.36 

DEMCCINC $103.52 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION $936.48 

DESIGN SCIENCE, INC $161.63 

DESMARAIS, MICHELLE $50.00 

DESTEK $69,105.95 

DIANE ALTING $576.41 

DICKBLICK $2,787.72 

DICKSON, KRISTIN $25.00 

DIETRICH, DAVID $25.00 

DISCOVERY EDUCATION $3,095.00 

DISCOVERY SOFTWARE, LTD $660.00 

DIXIE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT $2,062.50 

DONNA FINNER $500.73 

DONNA ONEIL $110.00 

DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE $87.85 

DREW, ALLISON $25.00 

DRUMMONDWOODSUM&MACMAHON $693.59 

DUBOIS AND KING $30,074.34 

DYNAVOX $1,686.14 

EAGLE COMTRONICS $1,494.70 

EAI EDUCATION $997.02 

EARLY HEAD START $4,029.40 

EAST COAST WELDING $711.05 

EASTER SEAL SOCIETY OF NH $71,199.36 

EASTERN BAG & PAPER CO. $3,322.55 

EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERV. $1 ,930.58 

ECOLAB $3,168.91 

EDHELPER $424.75 

EDLINE LLC • $8,875.20 

EDUCATION STATION $117.25 

EDUCATION WEEK ' $79.94 

EDUCATIONAL ELECTRONICS $141.59 

EDUCATORS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY $47.45 



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EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SER. $562.43 

EDU-KINESTHETICS, INC. $316.00 

EDUSTRUCTURES ' $1,020.00 

EDWIN B. GOODALL III, PHD $29,042.36 

EDWIN KLINE . $290.11 

ELAN PUBLISHING COMPANY I $532.78 

ELDRIDGE, JENNIFER $25.00 

ELECTRONIC & CONVENTIONAL $601 .33 

ELIZABETH C. KOVAR $79.20 

ELIZABETH GROESSER $110.00 

ELIZABETH MACAIONE $116.23 

ELLEN PETERS $1,586.31 

ELLIS MUSIC CO., INC. $3,022.55 

ENCHANTED LEARNING $125.00 

ENCORE PIANOS, INC $410.00 

ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA $375.00 

ENGRAVINGS AWARDS OF N.E $1,640.00 

ENVIRO VANTAGE INC. $21,650.00 

ERICA DUNCAN $130.00 

ERICA WILSON $411.32 

ESTHER KENNEDY $821 .75 

ETACUISENAIRE $109.14 

EUGENE DUQUETTE $1,889.92 

EVERBIND BOOKS $385.84 

FWWEBB $1,328.47 

FACTORY GYM SERVICE $2,100.00 

FACTS ON FILE $2,498.41 

FAIRPOINT COMMUNICATION $12,927.22 

FAVORITE FOODS INC. $37,895.82 

FAY ELECTRIC MOTORS $422.49 

FEDEX $39.05 

FIRST STUDENT INC $526,483.00 

FLAGWORKS $384.10 

FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC. $7,415.60 

FLUET ENGINEERING ASSOC $27,284.99 

FOLLETT EDUCATIONAL SERV $15,396.61 

FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES $12,295.96 

FOLLETT SOFTWARE COMPANY $1 ,320.00 

FRED FULLER OIL CO $229,271.26 

FREESTYLE $151.88 

FROUMY, JOHN $110.00 

GAFTEK, LLC $62.28 

GALE CENGAGE LEARNING $1 ,595.00 

GANDY DANCER HOBBIES $144.60 

GARAVENTA USA, INC. NE $671 .35 

GARREAUD, JULIE $50.00 

GATEKEEPER $3,586.50 

GAUDET, MARY-LYNN $50.00 

GENESIS, INC. $134.25 

GEORGE J FOSTER & CO, INC $659.90 

GES STUDENT ACTIVITY ACCO $28,377.00 



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GETMAN, STAGEY, SCHULTHESS, &STEERE PA $275.00 

GHS STUDENT ACTIVITY - $94,632.90 

GIBBS SMITH EDUCATION $253.58 

GIBSON BOOK STORE $45.40 

GIGUERE ELECTRIC INC. $4,923.10 

GILFORD ELEMENTARY $500.00 

GILFORD HOME CENTER $236.91 

GILFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL $3,114.00 

GILFORD PT& SPINE CENTER $9,940.00 

GILFORD ROTARY $110.00 

GILFORD SCHOOL FOOD SERVO $2,450.95 

GILFORD VILLAGE STORE $1 68.71 

GILFORD WELL COMPANY INC $1,921.89 

GILFORD YOUTH CENTER $1 ,650.00 

GINGRICH, KAREN $25.00 

GKS SERVICE CO., LLC $163.00 

GLAVIN, SALLY $25.00 

GLENCOE/MCGRAW HILL $4,004.15 

GLORIA KRZYNOWEK $396.27 

GMS STUDENT ACTIVITY ACC $37,529.00 

GOODWIN, MARK $50.00 

GOPHER $281.24 

GOVCONNECTION, INC $57,892.50 

GRAINGER $238.02 

GRANITE GROUP $67.14 

GRANITE STATE ACOUSTICS, INC. $6,479.00 

GRANITE STATE ELEVATOR CO $500.00 

GRANITE STATE GLASS $1 1 .480.00 

GRANITE STATE PLUMBING & HEATING, LLC $9,781 .69 

GRAPPONE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP $381.19 

GREENLANDS OUTDOOR POWER EQUIP. $1 ,979.99 

GREENLAW MUSIC $188.05 

GRETCHEN DF^^PER $27,000.00 

GUMDROP BOOKS $4,663.08 

GUNSTOCK INN $2,300.00 

GUSTAVO PRESTON SERVICE CO., INC. $6,576.55 

GUYOTTE, ANNE $25.00 

H PHOOD LLC $25,871.97 

HAMPSHIRE PEWTER COMPANY $731 .00 

HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS $573.93 

HANNAFORD $6,328.50 

HEINEMANN $2,786.14 

HEWLETT PACKARD $2,242.00 

HIGHSMITH $1,377.27 

HIGHSMITH INC. $2,457.57 

HILDRETH, DONNA $50.00 

HILLYARD ADVANCED $617.38 

HISTORY EDUCATION $56.93 

HOBART CORPORATION $175.05 

HOLT MCDOUGAL $2,909.59 

HOLT, RINEHART & WINSTON $327.00 



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HOME BEAUTIFUL $2,880.50 

HOME DEPOT INC. $2,373.38 

HOME SCIENCE TOOLS $22.24 

HOOVERS PIANO SERVICE $110.00 

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT $1,714.47 

HOUSTON, KURT $25.00 

HUMAN RELATIONS MEDIA $292.75 

HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION - GREATER CONCORD, NH $250.00 

HUOT TECHNICAL CTR DAY CR $1 ,740.00 

HYATT REGENCY CRYSTAL CITY $6,588.48 

HYSLOP & ASSOCIATES $39.95 

ICON HEALTH & FITNESS $81.84 

IDVILLE $6,115.63 

IGX GLOBAL $32.40 

IMAGISTICS INTERNATIONAL CO $165.00 

IMPACT SHEET METAL, LLC $45,218.00 

IMPERIAL PAINTING $1 1 ,500.00 

INTEGRATIONS $57.98 

INTERIM HEALTHCARE $25,356.25 

INTERNATIONAL READING ASC $670.00 

INTERNATIONAL READING ASS $363.20 

INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION $404.00 

INTERSTATE MUSIC $82.57 

IRENE DAMI $123.00 

IRVING HEATING OIL $1,327.25 

ISAACSON STEEL $151.20 

ISTE $79.00 

J&J PRINTING INC $7,474.11 

J.W. PEPPER & SONS, INC. $3,468.14 

JACK BILLINGS $407.32 

JACK DONOVAN $1,058.82 

JACKSON SOFTWARE INC $10,932.00 

JAMECO ELECTRONICS $193.01 

JAMES KEMMERER $836.90 

JANE AVERY $110.00 

JANET L BASSETT $110.00 

JAY MOODY $30.00 

JEAN MOREAU $135.00 

JEAN SELIG $25.00 

JEFF JOSTEN $209.75 

JENNIFER ANDERSON $1 ,524.00 

JENNIFER MCGONAGLE $170.97 

JENNIFER REERA $110.00 

JESSICA BISHOP $120.00 

JESSICA SCUDDER $1,506.43 

JILL COFFEY $1,879.58 

JIST $264.94 

JOANNC.E. BELANGER $126.19 

JOAN FORGE $200.00 

JOCELYN GOYETTE $1,765.80 

JOHN BENNETT CREATIVE SER $495.00 



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JOHN DEFORCE ^^^'^^ 

JOHN H LYMAN EXCAVATING CONTRACTOR ' $3,270.00 

JOHN LORD 5164.60 

JOHN ZUMBACH $303.65 

JOSEPH MASLOW 5^°°^ 

JOYCE LIEBL ^^^^'^^ 

JOYCE LIEBL/PETTY CASH $1 00.00 

JUDY KLUBBEN $378.79 

JULIE ANDREWS $557.28 

JULIE STUART $1,592.00 

JULIE WHITAKER $110.00 



JUNEBOUTWELL 



KATHERINE BRYANT 
KATHERINE HOWES 



$55.00 



KAMCO SUPPLY $1,157.68 

KARA LAMONTAGNE $2,177.72 

KAREN SHIRLEY $105.00 

KAREN YBORRA $160.00 



$199.00 
$110.00 



KATHERINE STAFFORD $19,580.00 

KATHLEEN DUBOIS $110.00 

KATRINA BROOKS $1,172.37 

KEN WISWELL $3,792.03 

KERRI DUNLEAVY 5^°°° 

KEY CURRICULUM PRESS 5^^'' '^^ 

KEYSTONE CREDIT RECOVERY $155.00 

KIMBERLY VALPEY $1 94.69 

KIMBERLYVARRICCHIO $20.12 

KIRSTIN OLSON $117.80 

K-LOG, INC 54,448.00 

KNOXLAND EOUIPMENT 51 ,976.1 1 

KOFFEE KUP BAKERY INC. $7,820.66 

KRISTIE KATZ $835.20 

KRISTIN ELLIS $297.43 

KUC, MARIANN $25.00 

LAB SAFETY SUPPLY $6,769.28 

LABONTE TREE SERVICE $500.00 

LACASSE FLOOR COVERING $16,704.00 

LACHAPELLE, JENNIFER 525.00 

LACONIA REFRIGERATION CO. LLC $3,345.80 

LACONIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY,I $137.80 

LACONIA PET CENTER 569.91 

LACONIA SCHOOL DISTRICT $69,659.27 

LACONIA SPA $535.50 

LACONIA TRANSFER STATION $73.00 

LACONIA TRUSTWORTHY HARDWARE $1,268.18 

LAKES REGION COMMUNITY SERVICES $17,916.00 

LAKES REGION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTORS $335.50 

LAKES REGION NURSING $47,493.50 

LAKES REGION SCHOLARSHIP FUND $250.00 

LAKES REGION SCHOOL ADMIN $50.00 

LAKES REGION STRIPING CO 51 ,903.00 




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LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERI 


$1,128.59 




LANG DOOR & HARDWARE INC 


$1,556.50 




LARRY ROUTHIER 


$240.00 




LAURA WEED 


$89.43 




LAURIE BELANGER 


$741.80 




LDR PRODUCTIONS 


$267.50 




LEAMAN ANTONE 


$63.80 




LEARNING A-Z 


$339.80 




LEARNING SERVICES 


$2,011.06 




LEGO EDUCATION 


$881.84 




LESLEY UNIVERSITY 


$2,000.00 




LESNEWSKI, KIMBERLYA. 


$25.00 


' 


LEWIS, CLYDE 


$25.00 




LGC HEALTH TRUST INC 


$2,941,501.64 




LGC HEALTH TRUST INC 


$304.00 




LHS ASSOCIATES INC 


$2,526.50 




LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY 


$273.00 




LILY POND COMMUNICATIONS 


$16,037.46 




LINDA AREL 


$4,489.00 




LINDA BELCHER 


$1,676.23 




LINDA BETTONEY 


$610.81 




LINDA PERKINS 


$110.00 




LINQUI SYSTEMS INC 


$36.90 




LITTLE PEAR PRESS 


$250.00 




LL BEAN 


$2,189.31 




LLL 


$3,850.00 




LOIS CIANCI 


$40.00 




LONGSTRETH WOMEN'S SPORTS 


$1,104.84 




LOOKOUT BOOKS 


$351.98 




LORETTA VAILLANCOURT 


$300.00 




LORIJEWEI 1 


$205.90 




LORIENNE M VALOVANIE 


$815.00 




LOUISE KJAGUSCH 


$150.00 




LOWES 


$1,380.63 




LRG HEALTHCARE 


$60,184.75 


1 


LRP PUBLICATIONS 


$182.00 




LUCKTS SMALL ENGINE REPAIR 


$156.50 




LUNCHBYTE SYSTEMS INC 


$210.00 




LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES, NH 


$3,441.76 




LYNN CLARKE 


$2,154.00 




LYNN MAKEPEACE 


$128.78 




LYNN SULLIVAN 


$55.00 




LYVIEBEYRENT 


$1,764.81 




M SAUNDERS INC PRODUCE 


$3,059.60 




MAC-DURGIN ASSOC. INC. 


$80.00 




MAILBOX BOOKS 


$65.41 




MAILBOX MAGAZINE 


$29.95 




MAINE OXY 


$817.12 




MAKEPEACE LLC - 


$2,660.00 




MARCIATOCCI 


$80.00 




MARGARET CYBART 


$168.68 


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MARGARET JENKINS $233.45 

MARGATE ON WINNIPESAUKEE $6,872.98 

MARSH MEDIA $263.84 

MARTHA COZORT $69.00 

MARTIN'S CUSTOM WOODWORK $12,891.00 

MARY BETH GODBOUT $25.00 

MARY MCCALL $2,076.50 

MARY WAGNER $1,926.86 

MARYBETH MURPHY $110.00 

MATTDEMKO $150.00 

MAUPIN, WILLIE $25.00 

MB TRACTOR EQUIPMWNT $1 ,281 .00 

MCDOUGAL LITTELL $2,189.76 

MCGRAW HILL COMPANIES $25.04 

MCGREGOR MEMORIAL EMS $148.50 

MCINTIRE BUSINESS PRODUCT $680.64 

MCKENNA, SUZANNE $25.00 

MCLANE GRAF RAULERSON MIDDLETON $2,071 .90 

MCMASTER-CARR $1,085.36 

MCNAUGHTON $720.00 

MEDI KEENAN $2,032.27 

MELANCYWHITE $138.00 

MELISSA BURNELL $979.39 

MELISSA ROSKILLY $414.61 

MELODY STROUT $95.00 

MENC $208.00 

METER & BACKFLOW SERVICES $198.00 

M-F ATHLETIC, INC. $295.15 

MFASCO HEALTH & SAFETY $308.66 

MGE UPS SYSTEMS $2,800.00 

MICHAEL WATSON $2,020.00 

MICHELLE BERNARD $988.79 

MICHELLE MARTIN $1,160.85 

MICHELLE STOW $338.82 

MIKE DUBOIS $348.00 

MIKEWARMINGTON $240.00 

MILESTEK $436.35 

MITINET LIBRARY SERVICES $189.00 

MOLLY BROOKS $6,706.20 

MONICA SAWYER $263.72 

MONIQUE RODRIQUE $220.00 

MOORE MEDICAL CORP $1 ,484.26 

MOUNTAIN MATH LANGUAGE $227.85 

MPULSE MAINT.SOFTWARE $1,225.00 

MR. M'S WORLD $255.00 

MULTI MEDIA SPECIALISTS $6,855.00 

MUSIC & ARTS CENTER $273.00 

MUSIC CLINIC $900.00 

MUSIC FACTORY $360.00 

MUSICIAN'S FRIEND $614.39 



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MY LEARNING PLAN $3,450.00 

N.H. RETIREMENT SYSTEM S $572.99 

N.H. RETIREMENT SYSTEM T $749.40 

NANCY ALLEN $110.00 

NANCY WRIGHT $150.00 

NAPA AUTO PARTS $633.31 

NARDONE BROS. BAKING CO., INC. $445.80 

NASCO $10,138.88 

NASH, LORI $25.00 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR YOUTH ISSUES $312.22 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL PUB. $870.27 

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY $1 ,208.20 

NATIONAL RESTAURANT SUPPLY CO., INC. $323.59 

NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARD ASSOCIATION $2,700.00 

NATIONAL SCHOOL PRODUCTS $243.18 

NATIONAL ZOO $25.00 

NEA NEW HAMPSHIRE $825.00 

NEACAC $25.00 

NEASC $6,055.40 

NELMS $2,065.00 

NELSON, MARGARET $25.00 

NEW ENGLAND ICE CREAM $12,293.88 

NEW HAMPSHIRE TECHINCAL INSTITUTE $1 1 ,000.00 

NEWCON BUILDERS, INC. $3,200.00 

NEXT GENERATION TRAINING, INC. $79.80 

NH ASSOC FOR PRINCIPALS $670.00 

NH CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES $95.33 

NH DEPT. ENVIRON. SERVICE $45.00 

NH ELECTRIC MOTORS $335.88 

NH FISH AND GAME $20.95 

NH HOSPITAL ' $5,943.00 

NHASBO $525.00 

NHASEA $1,270.00 

NHASP STATE MEMBERSHIP $2,737.00 

NHCTC-LACONIA $11,500.00 

NHIAA $3,000.00 

NHMA $270.00 

NHSAA $5,641.91 

NHSBA $5,533.67 

NHSCA $200.00 

NHSTE $6,695.00 

NICKLESS SCHIRMER & CO. INC. $1,172.00 

NICOLA SHAFIQUE $50.00 

NIGHT HERON MUSIC - $31.00 

NOODLE TOOLS, INC $360.00 

NORTHEAST DELTA DENTAL IN $255,839.37 

NORTHEAST SECURITY AGENCY $20,056.55 

NORTHERN NURSERIES $2,658.40 

NORTHWEST EVALUATION ASSOCIATION $1 0,625.00 

NOVEL UNITS $88.48 

NUTTER ENTERPRISES, INC. $227.00 



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NU-VISION TECHNOLOGIES/DBA Black Box $20,31 1 .65 

OCEAN MAT LLC $2,236.00 

ODYSSEY NH $4,713.36 

ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC $1 ,271 .59 

ORIGINAL CRISPY PIZZA CO. $2,334.35 

ORL PRODUCTIONS $57.75 

OSU-ELLI, KEEP BOOKS $1 ,584.00 

PAMELA HAYES $93.37 

PAPERBACKS & EDUCATORS $1 14.54 

PARAMOUNT COMPUTERS, LLC $2,700.00 

PATRICA MADORE $2,531.84 

PATRICIA SMITH $215.91 

PAULDEMINICO $2,599.23 

PAULWARNICK $1,000.00 

PAXTON/PATTERSON INC $473.09 

PBS VIDEO $783.85 

PCI EDUCATIONAL PUB. $95.85 

PEARL BARNARD $43.55 

PEARSON ASSESSMENTS $825.30 

PEARSON EDUCATION $2,977.43 

PEARSON LEARNING $22,075.95 

PEARSON PUBLISHERS $794.87 

PEDIATRIC PHY THERAPY INC $60,072.21 

PELHAM/WINDHAM FOOD SERVICE $24.93 

PENWORTHY COMPANY $806.33 

PEOPLES EDUCATION $50.09 

PEOPLE'S UNITED BANK $1 ,578,000.00 

PEPI HERRMAN CRYSTAL INC $1,430.00 

PERFECTA CAMERA $576.51 

PERFECTION LEARNING CORP. $1,053.22 

PERFORMANCE PATHWAYS, INC. $3,712.50 

PERKINS PAPER INC. $16,957.24 

PERMA-BOUND, INC $706.06 

PETER PARKER MAGNETICS $403.75 

PETER SAWYER $47.39 

PFG NORTHCENTER $7,560.93 

PHEASANT RIDGE GOLF CLUB $425.00 

PHONAK $539.97 

PHOTO WAREHOUSE $485.31 

PICHES SKI SHOP $21,626.30 

PICKETT ENTERPRISES $38.40 

PICTURING WRITING/IMAGE-MAKING $55.20 

PIONEER MANUFACTURING INC $683.50 

PIONEER VALLEY ED. PRESS $4,990.70 

PITNEY BOWES $20,508.31 

PIZZA EXPRESS $870.85 

PLATINUM CONSULTING $5,873.00 

PLODZIK & SANDERSON $13,118.00 

POLLY K ROUHAN $97.30 

PORTLAND POTTERY $4,101.34 

POSITIVE PROMOTIONS $222.60 



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PRECISION FITNESS EQUIPMENT $4,995.00 

PREMIER $4,010.00 

PRENTICE HALL, INC. $1,204.90 

PRESCOTT FARM AUDOBON CENTER $12,700.00 

PRESCOTT FARM ENVIRONMENTAL ED CENTER $6,000.00 

PRESCOTT, DR. KRISTEN $50.00 

PRESCOTT'S FLORIST & CARD $698.87 

PRESTWICK HOUSE INC. $2,970.70 

PRIMEX3 $134,270.00 

PRO AV SYSTEMS, INC. $85,214.95 

PRODUCTION ADVANTAGE $204.58 

PRO-ED, INC. $83.60 

PROGRESS PUBLICATIONS $655.20 

PROSPECT MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL $85.00 

PRUDENTIAL ANNUITIES $4,500.00 

PSNH $278,717.55 

PUBLIC SERVICE CO.OF N.H. $53,302.52 

QUIA CORPORATION SUBSCRIPTIONS " $49.00 

QUILL CORPORATION $19,426.07 

RADIO SHACK BELMONT $512.48 

RAND MCNALLY . $157.51 

READING READING BOOKS LLC $214.50 

REALLY GOOD STUFF $1,668.02 

REBECCA A VALLAR $350.53 

RECORDED BOOKS.LLC $778.55 

RED HOT SPORTS PROMOTIONS $5,762.39 

REHABILITATION EQUIPMENT $2,142.89 

REM-C FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS, INC $1,225.00 

REMEDIA PUBLICATIONS $20.99 

RENAISSANCE LEARNING $2,067.20 

RESILIENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. $29,653.00 

RESOURCES FOR READING ■ $815.77 

RHYMES 'N' TIMES (TURNER EDUC. PROD.) $164.99 

RICE, KAREN '' $25.00 

RICHARD G. DUMAIS $300.00 

RIST FROST SHUMWAY $21 ,283.12 

RIVERFRONT MEDICAL GROUP $241 .00 

RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING ' $473.37 

ROBERT H. LORD CO. $2,969.00 

ROBERT MEYERS $409.68 

ROBERTS, SANDRA $50.00 

ROBIN BARON $110.00 

ROCKINGHAM ELECTRIC $3,769.19 

ROOFTOP CONSTRUCTION $39,500.00 

ROSEANNE SHERIDAN $459.65 

ROSEN CLASSROOM • • $836.66 

ROSLYN ROY $2,275.99 

POWELL'S SEWER & DRAIN -. $6,298.40 

ROY, MATTHEW - $50,00 

RPF ASSOCIATES INC $27,014.42 

RUTH ROBERTS $101.85 



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SAF-T-NET, INC, $2,588.00 

SALLY SESSLER $1,947.60 

SALMON PRESS $956.00 

SANDRA MCGONAGLE $1,730.23 

SANITARY DRY CLEANING $284.15 

SARAH DROWNE $309.82 

SARGENT-WELCH SCIENTIFIC $880.74 

SAULNIER, WILLAIM $25.00 

SAUNDRA L MACDONALD $2,678.06 

SAX ARTS & CRAFTS $1,831.86 

SCHOLASTIC $1,676.11 

SCHOLASTIC INC $782.62 

SCHOLASTIC LIBRARY PUBLSN $543.94 

SCHOLASTIC TEACHER RESOUR $330.19 

SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION $2,905.26 

SCHOOL MART $3,252.20 

SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY, INC. $547.00 

SCHOOL SPECIALTIES $715.00 

SCHOOL SPECIALTY $6,116.99 

SCHULER, KLAUS $25.00 

SCOTT ISABELLE $1,075.23 

SHARE CORP. $2,257.53 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS $1,947.03 

SHIFFLER SALES, INC $59.22 

SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLO $15,006.05 

SIGNS DIRECT $193.42 

SK SCIENCE KIT $177.99 

SKILLPATH SEMINARS $461.80 

SKYLINE ROOFING INC $7,085.00 

SMILE MAKERS $66.91 

SMOLNIKS ELECTRIC $299.96 

SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOL SER $1 ,960.36 

SOCIETY FOR HUMAN $160.00 

SOLUTION TREE $9,584.00 

SOULE LESLIE KIDDER, SAYWARD & LOUGHMAN, P.L.L.C. $10,950.22 

SOURCEBOOKS, INC $338.19 

SOUTH PAW $856.03 

SOUTHWORTH-MILTON, INC. $656.96 

SPORT SUPPLY GROUP $2,598.55 

ST JAMES NURSERY SCHOOL $3,440.00 

STADIUM SYSTEM, INC. $2,246.00 

STAPLES BUSINESS ADVAN $756.78 

STAR THROWER DISTRIBUTION CORP. $1 ,688.00 

STATE OF N H-CRIMINAL REC $6,740.50 

STENHOUSE $438.30 

STEPHEN CATALANO PHD $59,510.00 

STEVE O'RIORDAN $1,585.42 

STEVE SPANGLER SCIENCE $479.81 

STRONG FOUNDATIONS $4,805.00 

STURBRIDGE HOST HOTEL $403.68 

SUELECLERC $168.32 



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SULLIVAN, MELISSA $50.00 

SUMMIT MATH LEARNING $1 19.32 

SUMMIT SUPPLY CORP.OF CO. $582.00 

SUNBURST TECHNOLOGY $799.95 

SUPER DUPER $217.70 

SUPERIOR FENCE $2,125.00 

SURPLUS DISTRIBUTION CTR $1,834.25 

SUSAN CRESSEY $250.00 

SUSAN GUNTHER $787.80 

SWISH KENCO LTD $307.95 

SYSTERE CONSULTING $800.00 

TAYLOR RENTAL $1,783.78 

TEACHER CREATED MATERIAL $138.58 

TEACHER DIRECT $298.44 

TEACHERS DISCOVERY $3,437.90 

TEACHER'S MEDIA COMPANY $24.95 

TEACHERS' SCHOOL SUPPLY . $168.15 

TEEN INK $189.00 

TEE'S PLUS $770.40 

TERRY TURCOTTE $209.00 

TESSA J. ROLLINS $1,276.38 

THE BOOKSOURCE $2,703.92 

THE DAILY SUN $713.17 

THE MARKERBOARD PEOPLE $123.75 

THE MARY PRENTISS INN $895.52 

THE NEFF COMPANY $201 .87 

THE NIXON COMPANY $1,166.00 

THE PRESIDENTS CHALLENGE $82.50 

THE PRIVATE EYE $30.95 

THE UTILITY FACTORY $224.95 

THEBERGE, DORIS $25.00 

THERESE MYLETT $932.25 

THINKRONIZE $900.00 

THOMAS CARR $150.00 

Tl INSTRUMENTS $45.60 

TIMOTHY BARTLETT $78.51 

TIMOTHY GOOSENS $325.00 

TOWN OF GILFORD $3,879.15 

TRACY L NUDD-HOMEYER $400.00 

TREASURER STATE OF N H -L $850.00 

TREASURER STATE OF NH -EN $609.00 

TREASURER, SNH - DOT $2,060.73 

TREASURER, STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE $2,474.00 

TREND ENTERPRISES, INC. $71.18 

TRI STATE HOOD & DUCT $850.00 

TRIARCO ARTS AND CRAFTS LLC $134.44 

TRI-STATE FIRE PROTECTION $5,235.57 

TUFTS UNIVERSITY $46.00 

TURCOTTE APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE $175.00 

TUTORIAL & INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES INC. $9,919.98 

TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC $11,973.09 



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TYLERGRAPHICS INC $1,310.00 

ULTIMATE OFFICE $211.61 

<JNH- ADVANCING SCIENCE $1,474.75 

UNION LEADER CORP. $1 ,342.35 

UNITED COMMODITY GROUP INC. $965.30 

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE $532.51 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION $120.75 

US MATH RECOVERY COUNCIL $11,100.00 

US SCHOOL FURNITURE $41 1 .80 

USI INC $666.04 

VALLEY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, INC $18,232.00 

VALORIE WRIGHT $100.95 

VENT A KILN $180.46 

VERIZON WIRELESS $2,300.63 

VILLAGE NURSERY SCHOOL $2,195.00 

VISUAL VICTORY TRAINING, LLC $2,710.00 

VITAL SOUNDS, LLC $298.95 

VLADIMIR VASCAK $848.98 

WB MASON $6,591.28 

W B MASON CO. INC. $27,064.88 

W.B. HUNT CO., INC. $3,477.19 

WALL STREET JOURNAL $99.00 

WASTE MANAGEMENT INC OF N $23,092.65 

WATERMARK NAVIGATION SYSTEMS $221 .63 

WB MASON $6,643.99 

WEDIKO $16,713.35 

WEEKLY READER $351.12 

WELDON-FRANCKE, SUSANNE $50.00 

WENDY OELLERS $99.00 

WENGER CORPORATION $3,155.00 

WINNISQUAM PRINTING, INC $5,017.65 

WM RECYCLE AMERICA $3,527.93 

WOLFEBORO POWER EQUIPMENT $377.22 

ZANER BLOSER INC. $2,720.24 

ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORTATION $180.90 

GRAND TOTAL $9,525,688.70 



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ADMINISTRATION 
7/1/08-6/30/09 



POSITION 



SALARY ADDITIONAL 
AMOUNT* 



TAXES AND 
BENEFITS** 



Superintendent 


128,288 


Ass't. Superintendent for 




Business 


96,888 


Director of Student Services 


90,676 


Technology Coordinator 


87,839 


Director of Curriculum 


78,250 


Athletic Director 


73,091 


School Board 


1,375 


School Board 


1,000 


Treasurer 


1,600 


School Board 


1,000 


School Board 


1,000 


School Board 


1,000 



3,625 



42,355 

37,273 
24,782 
24,266 
32,369 

33,015 



155 
125 
173 
125 
125 
125 



* Includes coaching 

** Includes New Hampshire Retirement System, PICA, worker's compensation 
unemployment compensation, long term disability, life, medical, and dental insurances, 



S45 



GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 

TEACHERS 
7/1/08 - 6/30/09 



POSITION 


SALARY 


ELEMENTARY 




SCHOOL 




Principal 


87,738 


Assistant Principal 


75,993 


Teacher 


66,827 


Teacher 


46,676 


Teacher 


50,153 


Teacher 


45,330 


Teacher 


36,806 


Teacher 


54,528 


Teacher 


50,938 


Teacher 


38,040 


Teacher 


47,798 


Teacher 


22,923 


Teacher 


59,871 


Teacher 


54,528 


Teacher 


53,518 


Teacher 


68,746 


Teacher 


45,846 


Teacher 


52,845 


Teacher 


63,012 


Teacher 


57,219 


Teacher 


56,803 


Teacher 


64,719 


Teacher 


64,210 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


39,274 


Teacher 


65,561 


Teacher 


66,042 


Teacher 


24,232 


Teacher 


60,919 


Teacher 


45,330 


Teacher 


21,183 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


67,804 



ADDITIONAL 
AMOUNT* 



TAXES AND 
BENEFITS** 



6,708 

187 
38 

7,838 
374 
534 
795 

3,145 

481 
374 
187 
605 
534 

3,061 
360 
748 

2,687 
605 

824 
187 
921 
915 



187 
3,308 
4,072 
6,127 



102,905 
30,634 

22,816 
24,763 

8,490 
19,075 
22,664 
24,969 
20,391 
11,468 
22,300 

4,447 
20,985 

9,875 
20,254 
22,424 

8,670 
25,109 
25,292 
20,220 
11,330 
16,130 
11,986 
21,386 
22,761 
21,836 
22,536 

4,995 
24,945 
22,771 
19,879 
21,393 
47,235 



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Teacher 


42,975 


450 


23,328 




Teacher 


58,487 


374 


20,334 




Teacher 


13,785 




14,098 




Teacher 


49,978 


467 


24,307 




Teacher 


56,803 


1,284 


20,226 




Guidance 


61,448 


1,208 


21,948 




Guidance 


40,010 




7,361 




Nurse 


40,507 


900 


23,039 




Librarian 


66,041 




12,684 




MIDDLE SCHOOL 










Principal 


89,299 




102,214 




Assistant Principal 


77,738 




25,112 




Teacher 


5,695 




4,302 




Teacher 


47,910 


27 


8,898 




Teacher 


65,818 


2,867 


13,056 




Teacher 


51,163 


561 


13,744 




Teacher 


52,060 


3,435 


20,324 




Teacher 


36,806 


850 


17,583 




Teacher 


32,508 


464 


21,451 




Teacher 


34,228 


3,362 


11,730 




Teacher 


62,415 




11,363 




Teacher 


66,265 




21,995 




Teacher 


71,845 


1,802 


27,568 




Teacher 


54,528 


720 


14,231 




Teacher 


36,806 


4,012 


12,167 




Teacher 


59,871 


1,627 


12,053 




Teacher 


35,437 




11,420 




Teacher 


66,041 


4,417 


46,136 




Teacher 


44,175 


1,695 


23,230 




Teacher 


64,173 


1,093 


38,138 




Teacher 


45,330 


3,777 


10,297 




Teacher 


45,443 


2,938 


24,029 




Teacher 


64,023 


2,880 


15,532 




Teacher 


38,986 




21,899 




Teacher 


36,806 


1,810 


11,586 




Teacher 


35,637 


2,648 


11,883 




Teacher 


68,746 


945 


22,915 




Teacher 


51,082 




9,355 




Teacher 


31,774 


1,400 


4,652 




Teacher 


54,528 


27 


24,927 


u 








1 



S47 



Teacher 


53,700 


Teacher 


46,191 


Teacher 


40,833 


Teacher 


36,806 


Teacher 


53,123 


Teacher 


41,629 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


32,086 


Guidance 


32,025 


Guidance 


32,086 


Nurse 


64,023 


HIGH SCHOOL 




Principal 


96,944 


Assistant Principal 


76,738 


Teacher 


57,580 


Teacher 


35,832 


Teacher 


40,152 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


31,208 


Teacher 


63,745 


Teacher 


39,161 


Teacher 


36,998 


Teacher 


42,863 


Teacher 


42,591 


Teacher 


39,161 


Teacher 


34,398 


Teacher 


7,513 


Teacher 


63,679 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


39,274 


Teacher 


52,397 


Teacher 


66,940 


Teacher 


38,040 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


64,210 


Teacher 


67,762 


Teacher 


38,040 


Teacher 


49,032 


Teacher 


68,746 


Teacher 


50,149 



5,094 24,687 

187 40,746 

5,917 13,376 

187 17,870 

6,408 11,781 

267 23,156 

60 25,161 

813 16,728 

21,739 

690 5,405 

15,122 



30,084 
24,262 

9,509 

187 17,152 

187 12,905 

10,928 

8,420 22,843 

26,202 

1,387 17,799 

8,635 

293 18,389 

9,404 

11,984 

7,472 

5,194 1,809 

1,172 26,346 

1,650 26,237 

1,353 12,192 

2,500 24,953 

8,156 23,222 

450 22,229 

187 24,162 

3,514 10,126 

2,870 25,502 

3,208 17,467 

9,059 

26,057 

1,261 10,208 






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•h 



530 11,294 

5,974 13,915 

3,248 47,122 

3,099 22,637 

106 24,475 

1,536 23,510 

3,927 13,519 

637 22,427 

4,345 25,461 

561 26,287 

2,644 8,909 

4,034 2,563 

749 38,118 

405 12,499 

1,696 1,745 

1,409 14,769 

2,883 12,365 

374 22,798 

2,669 19,604 

187 2,399 

374 16,024 

1,506 26,465 

2,614 22,306 

5,259 9,347 

9,268 25,322 

405 12,931 

6,974 22,933 

5,846 

8,243 27,153 

26,503 

3,028 25,581 

374 14,163 

611 21,952 



* Includes Team Leader, coaching, co-curricular stipends, summer programs, 
after school programs, curriculum days, additional guidance days 

** Includes New Hampshire Retirement System, early retirement, PICA, 
worker's compensation, unemployment compensation, long term disability, life, 
medical and dental 
insurances 



Teacher 


54,528 


Teacher 


68,746 


Teacher 


70,541 


Teacher 


67,607 


Teacher 


57,153 


Teacher 


42,721 


Teacher 


68,089 


Teacher 


51,163 


Teacher 


57,153 


Teacher 


63,682 


Teacher 


39,406 


Teacher 


14,420 


Teacher 


74,995 


Teacher 


42,721 


Teacher 


3,524 


Teacher 


60,010 


Teacher 


39,274 


Teacher 


39,274 


Teacher 


62,415 


Teacher 


17,084 


Teacher 


67,607 


Teacher 


64,023 


Teacher 


42,504 


Teacher 


39,948 


Teacher 


48,464 


Teacher 


42,975 


Teacher 


63,012 


Guidance 


31,208 


Guidance 


62,415 


Guidance Director 


65,982 


Guidance 


56,318 


Nurse 


51,724 


Director Of Media 




Services 


65,345 



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GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 

SUPPORT STAFF 
7/1/08 - 6/30/09 



POSITION 



ELEMENTARY 



SALARY 



ADDITIONAL 
AMOUNT* 



TAXES AND 
BENEFITS** 



Title 1 Assistant Teacher 

Title 1 Assistant Teacher 

Title 1 Assistant Teacher 

Title 1 Assistant Teacher 

Aide 

Assistant Teacher 

Assistant Teacher 

Assistant Teacher 

Assistant Teacher 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Speech Ass't. Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Nurse 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Spec Ed Aide 

Secretary I 

Secretary I 

Secretary II 



20,467 


7,250 


18,302 


19,269 


3,588 


21,291 


21,882 


1,551 


22,205 


22,496 


1,488 


21,993 


15,731 


1,440 


21,151 


26,721 




11,259 


26,721 


91 


5,364 


26,721 


16,300 


14,002 


23,731 


1,252 


5,501 


15,754 




20,912 


21,652 


908 


22,058 


11,835 


1,676 


3,570 


21,398 




3,645 


13,884 


450 


15,830 


17,277 




21,169 


6,347 


450 


1,188 


19,490 




21,541 


22,295 


10,579 


23,794 


36,527 




24,408 


16,239 


2,447 


21,406 


18,305 




21,342 


17,483 


675 


21,317 


15,736 


6,567 


17,172 


16,077 




20,967 


18,577 


3,215 


21,624 


2,303 




432 


15,031 




15,948 


18,116 


426 


21,077 


13,368 




20,511 


29,124 




18,320 


15,168 




2,597 


39,515 




13,412 



c 



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its 



Custodian SS 
Custodian SS 
Custodian SS 
Custodian SS 

MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Assistant Teacher 
Aide 

Assistant Teacher 
Spec Ed Aide 
Speech Assistant 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 
Library Aide 
Library Aide 
Dist Comp Tech 
Secretary 1! 
Secretary II 
Custodian 
Custodian 
Custodian 
Custodian 



25,591 


439 


17,799 


28,246 




18,616 


35,942 


2,201 


20,281 


36,046 


1,528 


19,742 


21,265 


318 


21,893 


22,522 


1,378 


17,884 


27,525 




5,484 


15,333 




20,842 


10,733 




15,443 


19,169 


1,335 


21,712 


18,659 




3,184 


14,921 




• 16,373 


21,206 


900 


21,981 


12,559 


4,431 


21,120 


22,248 


1,590 


22,273 


15,964 


3,158 


9,980 


18,699 




21,408 


4,734 


500 


881 


23,417 




10,703 


21,545 




21,887 


16,074 




20,966 


13,573 




20,545 


14,978 




3,817 


16,888 


1,414 


9,842 


19,465 




21,232 


22,526 


2,500 


22,473 


14,140 




15,798 


43,185 




14,734 


34,528 


37 


24,078 


38,299 




20,308 


31,866 


144 


■ 19,249 


11,536 




8,157 


30,478 


2,041 


23,734 


23,592 


2,757 


18,297 



HIGH SCHOOL 



Classroom Aide/Stud 
Speech Assistant 
Spec Ed Aide 
Spec Ed Aide 



13,633 

8,044 

18,169 

22,580 



106 
424 



9,074 

1,354 

16,991 

17,662 



SSI 



Spec Ed Aide 


22,487 


630 


10,653 


Spec Ed Aide 


15,296 




9,336 


Spec Ed Aide 


22,099 


1,253 


17,348 


Spec Ed Aide 


1,639 




320 


Spec Ed Aide 


12,032 


1,156 


8,982 


Spec Ed Aide 


17,266 


4,700 


21,958 


Spec Ed Aide 


18,096 


30 


9,813 


Spec Ed Aide 


13,441 


4,062 


9,595 


Spec Ed Aide 


19,034 




17,065 


Spec Ed Aide 


13,428 




15,678 


Spec Ed Aide 


19,255 




17,103 


Spec Ed Aide 


17,435 


3,495 


21,784 


Secretary II 


31,185 




23,509 


HS Principal Secy 


39,675 


1,697 


25,224 


Secretary II Guid 


39,894 


308 


25,027 


Secretary II Recptionst 


38,932 




20,414 


Sub Co-Ordinator 


32,854 


971 


12,455 


Library Aide 


23,080 




17,746 


Custodian 


35,131 


1,540 


19,590 


Custodian 


32,293 


1,172 


23,893 


Custodian 


36,050 


208 


6,102 


Custodian (HEAD) 


34,865 


1,541 


19,989 


Custodian 


34,830 


1,639 


19,775 


Custodian 


27,643 


60 


22,923 


Secretary II - Sp. Ed. 


39,770 


100 


13,845 


Secll-Bld&Grnds 


27,192 


33 


22,843 


Supervisory of Bid & Grnds 


67,491 


2,148 


29,981 


District Maintenance 


41,039 


1,022 


25,340 


Grounds/Dist. Maint 


43,195 


3,739 


26,160 


District Maintenance 


46,326 


4,063 


26,741 


Admin. Ass't 


43,118 


1,487 


25,768 


Office Assistant 


5,525 




930 


Business/Personnel Mgr 


52,722 


483 


23,752 


Driver Education 


28,220 




5,601 



* Includes Teann Leader, coacliing, co-curricular stipends, summer programs, 
and after school programs. 

** Includes New Hampshire Retirement System, PICA, 

worker's compensation, unemployment compensation, medical, and dental 

insurances 



ip! 



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GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 






FOODSERVICE 






7/1/08 


- 6/30/09 




POSITION 


SALARY 


ADDITIONAL 


TAXES AND 






AMOUNT 


BENEFITS** 


ELEMENTARY 








Cook 


11,954 




1,306 


Baker 


15,666 




14,027 


Building IVlanager 


17,699 


- 


15,287 


Helper 


4,984 




570 


HIGH 








Cook/Cashier 


51 




49 


Helper 


6,989 




782 


Helper 


3,609 




425 


Cashier 


10,796 


/• 


19,401 


Cashier 


9,228 




7,623 


Cook/Cashier 


13,562 




19,693 


Accts Clerk 


16,670 




19,716 


Cook/Cashier 


10,158 




1,117 


Helper 


5,840 




17,756 


Building Manager 


22,242 




4,136 


Baker 


14,690 




14,161 


Helper 


3,264 




389 


School Lunch Director 


54,715 


' ■ 


28,821 



** Includes New Hannpshire Retirement Systenn, PICA, 

worker's compensation, unemployment compensation, medical, and dental insurances 



ssa 



1* 



POSITION* 


SALARY 


Substitute 


260 


Substitute 


390 


Substitute 


3,308 


Substitute 


455 


Substitute 


4,133 


Substitute 


195 


Substitute 


1,755 


Substitute 


2,109 


Substitute 


5,973 


Substitute 


112 


Substitute 


325 


Substitute 


293 


Substitute 


748 


Substitute 


780 


Substitute 


4,353 


Substitute 


130 


Substitute 


130 


Substitute 


65 


Substitute 


813 


Substitute 


780 


Substitute 


65 


Substitute 


228 


Substitute 


2,484 


Substitute 


130 


Substitute 


6,605 


Substitute 


260 


Substitute 


650 


Substitute 


390 


Substitute 


12,561 


Substitute 


13,662 


Substitute 


2,639 


Substitute 


706 


Substitute 


1,988 


Substitute 


2,689 


Substitute 


195 


Substitute 


65 


Substitute 


1,942 


Substitute 


6,098 


Substitute 


618 


Substitute 
1- 


636 



GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 

SUBSITUTES 
7/1/08 - 6/30/09 

ADDITIONAL 
AMOUNT** 



2,594 
1,696 



636 



TAXES 

65 

76 

312 

81 

378 

60 

186 

215 

527 

53 

70 

68 

105 

107 

396 

55 

55 

49 

110 

107 

49 

62 

245 

55 

578 

65 

97 

76 

1,270 

1,149 

395 

101 

205 

262 

60 

101 

201 

537 

94 

95 



S54 



Substitute 


130 


Substitute 


663 


Substitute 


130 


Substitute 


13,927 


Substitute 


2,175 


Substitute 


3,023 


Substitute 


2,340 


Substitute 


5,489 


Substitute 


2,698 


Substitute 


9,442 


Substitute 


2,145 


Substitute 


8,539 


Substitute 


65 


Substitute 


325 


Substitute 


6,917 


Substitute 


425 


Substitute 


3,110 


Substitute 


65 


Substitute 


5,680 


Substitute 


2,670 


Substitute 


3,078 


Substitute 


163 


Substitute 


2,925 


Substitute 


808 


Substitute 


2,187 


Substitute 


929 


Substitute 


878 


Substitute 


10,398 


Substitute 


34,302 


Substitute 


748 


Substitute 


1,184 


Substitute 


14,793 


Substitute 


228 


Substitute 


12,436 


Substitute 


21,078 


Substitute 


130 


Substitute 


8,927 


Substitute 


65 


Substitute 


650 


Substitute 


488 


Substitute 


548 


Substitute 


1,300 



1,680 



2,019 



55 

98 

55 

1,171 

220 

289 

233 

488 

262 

808 

218 

735 

49 

70 

604 

78 

432 

49 

504 

260 

293 

57 

281 

109 

221 

119 

115 

885 

2,819 

105 

140 

1,241 

62 

1,050 

1,749 

55 

766 

213 

97 

83 

88 

149 



P 



Includes Long Term Substitutes 

* Includes coaching, co-curricular, and summer program 



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GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 

MISCELLANEOUS 
7/1/08 - 6/30/09 



POSITION 



SALARY 



TAXES 



Coaching 

Co-curricular 

MS Summer Program 

Coaching 

Coaching 

ES Summer Program 

Coaching 

Extended Year 

Program 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

ES Summer Program 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Tutor 

Co-curricular 

MS Summer Program 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Tutor 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

ES Summer Program 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

Coaching 

ES Summer Program 

ES Summer Program 

Coaching 



5,618 
212 
1,795 
2,014 
1,908 
6,037 
1,166 

1,500 
1,545 
5,589 
1,272 
3,204 
1,484 
2,528 

636 
1,166 

848 

360 
2,719 
1,469 

636 
1,272 
1,788 
1,696 
1,020 
2,417 
1,696 
1,166 
2,796 
4,935 
2,247 
3,096 
3,776 
1,896 
1,834 

848 



498 
61 
189 
207 
198 
532 
138 

165 
169 
496 
147 
303 
164 
249 

95 
138 
113 

73 
264 
163 

95 
147 
189 
181 
127 
240 
181 
138 
270 
443 
226 
294 
349 
197 
192 
113 



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TOWNOFC3LFORD 
2010 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING WARRANT 




TOWN OF GILFORD 
2010 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Gilford in the State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in 
Town affairs: 

FIRST SESSION 

You are hereby notified to meet for the First Session of the 2010 Annual Town Meeting, to be 
held in the Gilford High School Auditorium, in said Town of Gilford, on Wednesday, February 
3, beginning at seven o'clock in the evening (7:00 p.m.). The First Session will consist of 
explanation, discussion and debate on each of the following warrant articles; and will afford 
those voters who are present the opportunity to propose, debate and adopt amendments to each 
warrant article to the extent prescribed under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. 



SECOND SESSION 

You are hereby notified to meet for the Second Session of the 2010 Annual Town Meeting, to be 
held in the Gilford Middle School Gymnasium, in said Town of Gilford, on Tuesday, March 9, 
beginning at seven o'clock in the morning (7:00 a.m.) until the closing of the polls at seven 
o'clock in the evening (7:00 p.m.). The Second Session will consist of voting by official ballot 
to elect Town Officers and voting by official ballot on all warrant articles from the First Session, 
as may be amended, as follows: 



ARTICLE 1: To choose the necessary Town Officers for the following year; to wit: 

One Selectman for a 3 year term 
One Moderator for a 2 year term 
One Trustee of Trust Funds for a 3 year term 
Two Library Trustees for 3 year terms 
Three Budget Committee Members for 3 year terms 
One Fire Engineer for a 3 year term 
One Cemetery Trustee for a 3 year term 
One Supervisor of the Checklist for a 6 year term 
One Supervisor of the Checklist for a 2 year term 



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ARTICLE 2: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 1 as proposed by 

the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Create a new Article 22, Workforce Housing, to comply with the requirements of 
state law (RSA 674:59), to provide a realistic opportunity for the development of 
needed workforce housing within Gilford, to promote the continued availability of a 
diverse supply of home ownership and rental opportunities, and to meet the goals 
related to workforce housing provisions set forth in the Gilford Master Plan. The 
regulation establishes standards to allow development of single-family, duplex, 
multi-family, and manufactured housing as Workforce Housing; establishes density 
bonuses for qualifying projects; and establishes related definitions, standards, and 
requirements for Workforce Housing projects. Also to amend Article 4, Permitted 
Uses and Regulations, by creating a new Section 4.2.1 1 to allow Workforce Housing 
in the Single-Family Residential, Limited Residential, Professional Commercial, 
Resort Commercial, and Commercial zones; and by creating a new Section 4.7.2(k) 
to refer to standards of the new Article 22, Workforce Housing? (An official copy of 
the entire proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's Office and on display at the 
meeting place on the date of the Town Meetings and may be viewed at 
www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 3: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 2 as proposed by 

the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend Section 6.20, which requires provision of a water supply suitable for fire 
protection purposes for all new Multi-Family developments, Plarmed Unit 
developments, Cluster Housing projects, and Manufactured Housing Parks, and for 
all Single-Family subdivisions of six (6) lots or more, to allow only use of municipal 
water supplies, cisterns, or sprinkler systems to satisfy this requirement, and to no 
longer allow surface water supplies to satisfy this requirement unless they are natural 
water bodies and approved for such use by the Fire Department, and to make other 
related changes? (An official copy of the entire proposal is on file at the Town 
Clerk's Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of the Town Meetings 
and may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 4: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 3 as proposed by 

the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend Section 5.1.4, Side Setback Area, and Section 5.1.5, Rear Setback Area, to 
allow detached accessory buildings up to fifteen (15) feet high to be built ten (10) 
feet from the side and rear lot lines, and to make other related changes? (An official 
copy of the entire proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's Office and on display at the 
meeting place on the date of the Town Meetings and may be viewed at 
www.gilfordnh.org.) 



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ARTICLE 5: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 4 as proposed by 

the Gilford Plarming Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Delete the existing Section 6.2, Obnoxious Uses, and replace it with a new Section 
6.2, Nuisances. The proposed new regulation prohibits creation of dangerous, 
injurious, noxious, hazardous, unhealthy, and similar objectionable disturbances, 
including exposures to smoke, noise, garbage, dust, odor, pollution, lighting, water 
mnoff, and similar conditions. The proposed regulation exempts noiTnal operations 
of agriculture-related uses? (An official copy of the entire proposal is on file at the 
Town Clerk's Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of the Town 
Meetings and may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 6: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 5 as proposed by 

the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Amend Section 6.6 by changing the title to Unlicensed and Commercial Vehicles; to 
require motor vehicles not intended or in condition for legal use be parked or stored 
in approved automobile repair or sales facilities except under certain circumstances; 
to require in residential zones that competition vehicles (such as stock cars), and 
vans and trucks with a carrying capacity greater than one (1) ton, be stored out of 
sight; and to allow storing at single-family or two-family dwellings in residential 
zones, motor vehicles not intended or in condition for legal use in quantities in bulk 
up to two (2) provided such vehicles are kept within a building and are out of sight of 
adjacent properties? (An official copy of the entire proposal is on file at the Town 
Clerk's Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of the Town Meetings 
and may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 7: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 6 as proposed by 

the Gilford Planning Board for the Gilford Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

Create a new Article 21, Conditional Use Permits, to establish general regulations, 
standards, and procedures for the processing, review, and approval of Conditional 
Use Permits by the Gilford Planning Board as authorized by RSA 674:21, Innovative 
Land Use Controls, and to renumber the existing Article 21 and subsequent Articles 
as needed; and to amend Article 4, Permitted Uses and Regulations, to include in its 
opening paragraphs an explanation for the references to Conditional Use Pennits in 
Article 4? (An official copy of the entire proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's 
Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of the Town Meetings and 
may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



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ARTICLE 8: Are you in favor of adopting an amendment to the Gilford Zoning 

Ordinance as submitted by petition to repeal involuntary mergers of contiguous non-conforming 
lots in common ownership and allow lots involuntarily merged by the municipality to be 
unmerged and considered lots of record subject to all other aspects of the Town's Zoning 
Ordinances by deleting language from Section 9.1, adding new language to Section 9.1 and 
deleting Section 9.1.1 in its entirety? (The Planning Board does not recommend the adoption 
of this amendment.) (An official copy of the entire proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's 
Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of the Town Meetings and may be viewed 
at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 9: Are you in favor of adopting an amendment to the Gilford Zoning 

Ordinance as submitted by petition to amend Section 5.2.1, Island and Shore Frontage District, 
of the Gilford Zoning Ordinance by adding a new Section 5.2.1 (g) to prohibit public boat 
launching ramps and related parking and storage facilities on shorefront lots under certain 
circumstances, but to allow private boat launching ramps and related parking and storage 
facilities on shorefront lots as an accessory use under certain circumstances? (The Planning 
Board does not recommend the adoption of this amendment.) (An official copy of the entire 
proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of 
the Town Meetings and may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 10: Are you in favor of adopting an amendment to the Gilford Zoning 

Ordinance as submitted by petition to amend the Gilford Zoning Ordinance to delete in its 
entirety the existing Article 1 5 that established the wetlands district and replace it with a new 
Article 15 establishing a water resources conservation overlay district to be applicable to all 
other zoning districts under certain conditions, including standards that create a fifty (50) foot 
protective buffer setback adjacent to wetlands, allowing certain uses and activities by special 
exception, establishing certain standards for special exception applications, and creating 
standards for mitigation plans for control of erosion and sedimentation? (The Planning Board 
does not recommend the adoption of this amendment.) (An official copy of the entire 
proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's Office and on display at the meeting place on the date of 
the Town Meetings and may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



ARTICLE 1 1 : Are you in favor of adopting a revised Fire Prevention Code as proposed 

by the Gilford Fire Engineers and recommended by the Gilford Planning Board, whereby the 
current Fire Prevention Code will be repealed and the revised Fire Prevention Code will 
reference more recent editions of National Fire Protection Association codes as adopted and 
amended within the State Fire Code; and furthermore, to add provisions for the creation of a 
Town of Gilford Fire Code Handbook, requirements for the installation of fire alarm systems, 
revisions to the system of fines for false alarms, establishment of standards for non-residential 
sprinkler suppression systems, provisions for access to fire alarni systems and establishes general 
fire safety requirements along with a system of permits, fees and penaldes? (An official copy of 
the entire proposal is on file at the Town Clerk's Office and on display at the meeting place on 
the date of the Town Meetings and may be viewed at www.gilfordnh.org.) 



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ARTICLE 12: Shall the Town raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including 

appropnations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts 
set forth on the budget posted with the warrant or as amended by vote of the first session, for the 
purposes set forth therein, totaling $1 1,1 13,660';' Should this article be defeated, the default 
budget shall be $1 1,316,244, which is the same as last year, with certain adjustments required by 
previous action of the Town or by law; or the Board of Selectmen may hold one special meeting, 
in accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating budget 
only. (Recommended by the Budget Committee 10 to 0) (The Selectmen recommend a budget 
of $11, 117,521 by a vote of 3 to 0) 



ARTICLE 13: To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost items included in the one 

year collective bargaining agreement reached between the Board of Selectmen and AFSCME 
Local 534 on behalf of certain Public Works Department employees, which calls for an 
estimated increase of fifteen thousand six hundred three dollars ($1 5,603) for wages and benefits 
at the current staffing levels for the year 2010; and furthermore, to raise and appropnate the sum 
of fifteen thousand six hundred three dollars ($1 5,603), such sum representing the estimated 
additional costs necessary to fund the collective bargaining agreement in the current fiscal year 
over the appropriation for wages and benefits paid in the prior fiscal year. (Recommended by 
the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 10 to 0) 



ARTICLE 14: Shall the Town, if Article 13 is defeated, vote to authonze the Board of 

Selectmen to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 13 cost items only? 



ARTICLE 15: To see if the Tovwi will vote to raise and appropnate the sum often 

thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Compensated Absences Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by 
the Budget Committee 11 to 0) 



ARTICLE 16: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 

five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be added to the Glendale Boat and Launch Ramp Facilities 
Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 11 to 1 ) 



ARTICLE 17: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropnate the sum often 

thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Water Supply Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by 
the Budget Committee 8 to 1 ) 



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ARTICLE 18: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eighty- 

five thousand dollars ($85,000) for repairs, renovations and/or replacement of the Fire 
Emergency Rescue Vehicle and authorize the withdrawal of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) 
from the Fire Equipment Capital Reserve Fund previously established for that purpose. The 
balance of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) is to come from general taxation. This will be 
a non-lapsing appropriation per RSA 32:7,VI and will not lapse until the Fire Emergency Rescue 
Vehicle is fiilly operational or by December 3 1, 2012, whichever is sooner. (Recommended by 
the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 8 to 1) 



ARTICLE 19: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter 

into a three year lease/purchase agreement in the amount of one hundred sixty-eight thousand 
nine hundred forty-one dollars ($168,941) for the purpose of purchasing new breathing apparatus 
for the Fire-Rescue Department; and to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty-six thousand three 
hundred thirteen dollars ($56,313) for the first year's payment for that purpose, provided that any 
such agreement shall contain a non-appropriation escape clause. (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 8 to 1) 



ARTICLE 20: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 

hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to be added to the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee 9 to 3) 



ARTICLE 21: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 

thousand dollars ($30,000) to be added to the Recreation Facilities Maintenance Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee 1 1 to 0) 



ARTICLE 22: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 

thousand dollars ($20,000) to be added to the Sewer Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by 
the Budget Committee 1 1 to 1) 



ARTICLE 23: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 

thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) to support a share of the services provided to Gilford 
residents to access counseling and family support services, without regard to income from Child 
and Family Services. Child and Family Services provides accessible and affordable programs to 
children, youth and their families leading to stronger family connections, improved school 
performance and better citizenship. From July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, 51 Gilford 
residents receive 728 units of service and 4 days of residential care valued at over $75,000 from 
Child and Family Services. (By Petition) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 2 to 1) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 6 to 5) 



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ARTICLE 24: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 

five thousand dollars ($25,000) to support the operations of Community Health & Hospice, Inc., 
a local agency that provides visiting nurse services, hospice care, homemaker services for the 
elderly, and pediatric care to residents of the Town of Gilford, NH. Town funds are used chiefly 
to support hospice care, pediatric care to children at medical or social risk, homemaker services 
allowing the frail elderly to avoid institutionalization, community wellness clinics, caregiver & 
bereavement support groups, immunization services and other charitable home care. In 2009 
residents of Gilford received 4326 home visits from Community Health & Hospice, Inc., and 240 
participated in immunization clinics, wellness clinics and support groups. (By Petition) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 7 
to 4) 



ARTICLE 25: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eight 

thousand seven hundred sixty-two dollars ($8,762) to support the operation of the Laconia Area 
Center of Community Action Program. The Laconia Area Center staff provides low income, 
elderly and disabled residents of Gilford assistance with basic needs such as fuel assistance, 
electric assistance, Meals-on-Wheels, rental assistance, security deposits for housing and 
maintain a food pantry accessible every day during business hours. In 2008 residents of Gilford 
received $586,470 in services through the programs of Community Action Program, Belknap- 
Merrimack Counties, Inc. and the Laconia Area Center. (By Petition) (Recommended by the 
Board of Selectmen 2 to 1) (Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 5 to 6) 



ARTICLE 26: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum often 

thousand nine hundred sixteen dollars ($10,916) to Genesis Behavioral Health for the delivery of 
Emergency Mental Health Services. These services include access to Master's level clinicians 
and psychiatrists by individuals, schools, police and others, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. 
(By Petition) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 2 to 1) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee 6 to 5) 



ARTICLE 27: To see if the Town will vote to establish a revolving fund pursuant to RSA 

31:95-h for the purpose of providing public safety services by municipal employees outside of 
the ordinary detail of such persons, to be effective as of January 1, 201 1; whereby all revenues 
received for public safety special details as of that date will be deposited into the fund, and the 
money shall not be considered part of the Town's general fiind unreserved fiind balance. The 
Town Treasurer shall have custody of all monies in the fund, and shall pay out the same only 
upon order of the Board of Selectmen, whereby no further approval by the Town Meeting will be 
required to expend, provided that such funds may only be expended for the purposes set forth 
herein. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 



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ARTICLE 28: To see if the Town will vote to establish a revolving fund pursuant to RSA 

31;95-h for the purpose of providing ambulance services; to be effective as of January I, 20 II; 
whereby forty percent (40%) of all revenues received for ambulance services as of that date will 
be deposited into the fund and the money shall not be considered part of the Town's general fund 
unreserved fund balance. The Town Treasurer shall have custody of all monies in the fund, and 
shall pay out the same only upon order of the Board of Selectmen, whereby no further approval 
by the Town Meeting will be required to expend, provided that such funds may only be 
expended for the purposes set forth herein. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 



ARTICLE 29: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to retain 

and hold a parcel of real property acquired by Tax Collector's deed, consisting of approximately 
0.8 +/- acres of undeveloped land situated at 10 Guild Circle and more particularly described as 
Map 240, Lot 30, to be retained for open space conservation purposes dedicated for public use 
pursuant to RSA 80:80. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 3 to 0) 



ARTICLE 30: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter 

into a twenty-five (25) year lease agreement with the Gilford School District to provide 
administrative office space at the Old Library, located at 2 Belknap Mountain Road, to be known 
henceforth as the Wilbur & Louise Harding Building, under such terms and conditions as the 
Selectmen may deem to be in the best interest of the Town. (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen 3 to 0) 



ARTICLE 31: To see if the Town will vote to approve the following resolution to be 

forwarded to our State Representatives, our State Senator, the Speaker of the House and the 
Senate President: Resolved: The citizens of new Hampshire should be allowed to vote on an 
amendment to the New Hampshire Constitution that defines "marriage". (By Petition) 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS ON THIS THE 19th DAY OF JANUARY, 2010 BY THE 
GILFORb.BJ^ARD OF SELECTMEN. ATTEST: 





'enjiVides, Selectman - Chair J. Kevin Hayes, Sd<ctman - Vice Chair 

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John T/ O'Brien, Selectman - Clerk 



UNDER SEAL OF THE TOWN, A TRUE COPY. ATTEST: 
Denise A. Morrissette, Tt>wn Clerk 



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BUDGET OF THE TOWN 
WITH A MUNICIPAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 



OF: 



Gilford. NH 



BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32;24 



Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010 
or Fiscal Year From to 



IMPORTANT: 

Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



1 . Use this form to list the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles in the appropriate 
recommended and not recommended area. All proposed appropriations must be on this form. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be 
placed on file with the town clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration 
at the address below within 20 days after the meeting. 



This form was posted with the warrant on (Date): 



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BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Please sign in ink. 

Under penalites of perju^ I declare ihat t have examined Ihe information contained in this form an^J-tClhe best of my ■belief it is Ime. coj^ect and complete 



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P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 
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MS-7 



Budget - Town of . 



_Gilford, NH_ 



FY 2010 











Selectmen's 


Budget 






Warr. 


Estimated Revenues 


Estimated 


Committee's 


ACCT.# 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


Art.# 


Prior Year 


Revenues 


Est. Revenues 





TAXES 




xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3120 


Land Use Change Taxes - General Fund 










3180 


Resident Taxes 










3185 


Timber Taxes 




6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


3186 


Payment in Lieu of Taxes 




13,000 


13,000 


13,000 


3189 


Other Taxes 




6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


3190 


Interest & Penalties on Delinquent Taxes 




143,000 


143,000 


143,000 




Inventory Penalties 










3187 


Excavation Tax ($.02 cents per cu yd) 




500 


500 


500 





LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3210 


Business Licenses & Permits 




76,000 


77,700 


77,700 


3220 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 




1,593,500 


1,528,000 


1,528,000 


3230 


Building Permits 




45,000 


45,000 


45,000 


3290 


Other Licenses, Permits & Fees 




12,000 


8,400 


8,400 


3311-3319 


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 













FROM STATE 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3351 


Shared Revenues 










3352 


Meals & Rooms Tax Distribution 




329,612 


300,000 


300,000 


3353 


Highway Block Grant 




199,706 


209,859 


209,859 


3354 


Water Pollution Grant 




73,945 


72,343 


72,343 


3355 


Housing & Community Development 










3356 


State & Federal Forest Land Reimbursement 




1,597 


1,600 


1,600 


3357 


Flood Control Reimbursement 










3359, 


Other (Including Railroad Tax) 










3379 


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 













CHARGES FOR SERVICES 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3401-3406 


Income from Departments 




400,000 


427,804 


427,804 


3409 


Other Charges 













MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3501 


Sale of Municipal Property 




12,000 


12,000 


12,000 


3502 


Interest on Investments 




75,000 


75,000 


75,000 


3503-3509 


Other 




30,000 


22,000 


22,000 



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN 



XXXXXXXXX 



XXXXXXXXX 



XXXXXXXXX 



3912 


From Special Revenue Funds 










3913 


From Capital Projects Funds 






152,000 


152,000 



MS-7 
Rev. 08/09 



WIS 



_Gilford, NH_ 



FY 2010 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


ACCTJ 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


Warr. 
Art.# 


Estimated Revenues 
Prior Year 


Selectmen's 
Estimated 
Revenues 


Budget 

Committee's 

Est. Revenues 



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN cont 




xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3914 


From Enterprise Funds 












Sewer - (Offset) 




792,723 


852,253 


852,253 




Water - (Offset) 












Electric - (Offset) 












Airport - (Offset) 










3915 


From Capital Reserve Funds 




103,500 


60,000 


60,000 


3916 


From Trust & Fiduciary Funds 










3917 


Transfers from Conservation Funds 













OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3934 


Proc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes 










Amounts VOTED From F/B ("Surplus") 










Fund Balance ("Surplus") to Reduce Taxes 




450,000 


430,000 


430,000 


TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS 


4,363,083 


4,442,459 


4,442,459 



"BUDGET SUMMARY* 





PRIOR YEAR 
ADOPTED BUDGET 


SELECTMEN'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 


BUDGET COMMITTEE'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 


)perating Budget Appropriations Recommended (from pg. 5) 


11,041,931 


11,117,521 


11,113,660 


)pecial Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 


237,000 


195,000 


195,000 


ndividual Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 


180,334 


205,094 


196,332 


'OTAL Appropriations Recommended 


11,459,265 


11,517,615 


11,504,992 


.ess: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 


4,363,083 


4,442,459 


4,442,459 


:stlmated Amount of Taxes to be Raised 


7,096,182 


7,075,156 


7,062,533 



Vlaximum Allowable Increase to Budget Committee's Recommended Budget per RSA 32:18: 
(See Supplemental Schedule With 10% Calculation) 



MS-7 
Rev. 08/09 



W16 



BUDGET COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULE 

(For Calculating 10% Maximum Increase) 

(RSA 32:18, 19, & 32:21) 



VERSION #2: Use if you have Collective Bargaining Cost Items 



LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNIT: 



Gilford 



FISCAL YEAR END 2010 



Col. A 



1. Total RECOMMENDED by Budget 
Committee (see budget MS7, 27, or 37) 


RECOMMENDED 
AMOUNT 




$11,504,992 




LESS EXCLUSIONS: 
2. Principal: Long-Term Bonds & Notes 


($429,824) 




3. Interest: Long-Term Bonds & Notes 


($104,057) 




4. Capital Outlays Funded From Long- 
Term Bonds & Notes per RSA 33:8 & 
33:7-b 






5. Mandatory Assessments 


($35,000) 




6. TOTAL EXCLUSIONS (Sum of rows 2- 
5) 


($568,881) 




7. Amount recommended less 
recommended exclusion amounts (Line 1 
less Line 6) 


$10,936,111 




8. Line 7 times 10% 


$1,093,611 


Col. C 


9. Maximum allowable appropriation prior 
to vote (Line 1 + 8) 


$12,598,603 


Col. B (Col. B-A) 


Cost items recommended 

10. Collective Bargaining Cost Items, 

RSA 32:19 &273-A:1, IV, (Complete 

Col. A prior to meeting & Col. B and Col. $1 5,603 

C at meeting) 


Cost items voted 


Amt. voted above 
recommended 





MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 
At meeting, add Line 9 + Column C. 



$ 



Line 8 plus any amounts in Column C (amounts voted above recommended) is the 
allowable increase to budget committee's recommended budget. Enter this amount 
on the bottom of the posted budget form, MS7, 27, or 37. 

Please attac a cop oft is completed supplemental so eduletot ebac oft e budget form. 



MBA_10% 
Rev. 06/08 



W17 



MS-DT 



DEFAULT BUDGET OF THE TOWN 



OF: 



GILFORD. NH 



For the Ensuing Year January 1. 2010 to December 31, 2010 



or Fiscal Year From 



to 



RSA 40:13, IX (b) "Default budget" as used in this subdivision means the amount of the same 
appropriations as contained in the operating budget authorized for the previous year, reduced and 
increased, as the case may be, by debt service, contracts, and other obligations previously incurred or 
mandated by law, and reduced by one-time expenditures contained in the operating budget. For the 
purposes of this paragraph, one-time expenditures shall be appropriations not likely to recur in the 
succeeding budget, as determined by the governing body, unless the provisions of RSA 40:14-b are 
adopted, of the local political subdivision. 



1 . Use this form to list the default budget calculation in the appropriate columns. 

2. Post this form or any amended version with proposed operating budget (MS-6 or MS-7) and the warrant. 

3. Per RSA 40:13, XI, (a), the default budget shall be disclosed at the first budget hearing. 



GOVERNING BODY (SELECTMEN) 



or 



Budget Committee if RSA 40:14-b is adopted 

Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined the information contained in this form and to the best of my belief it is true, correct and complete 




NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 



MS-DT 
Rav. 12709 



WIS 



Default Budget - Town of 



FY 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Acct. # 


PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS 
(RSA 32:3,V) 


Prior Year 

Adopted 

Operating Budget 


Reductions & 
Increases 


Minus 

1-Time 

Appropriations 


DEFAULT BUDGET 




GENERAL GOVERNIVIENT 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4130-4139 


Executive 


380,367 


-1,127 




379,240 


4140-4149 


Election Reg.& ital Statistics 


275,546 


14,412 




289,958 


4150-4151 


inancial Administration 


152,000 


-14,165 




137,835 


4152 


Revaluation of Propert 


198,980 






198,980 


4153 


Legal Expense 


90,600 






90,600 


4155-4159 


Personnel Administration 


1,961,469 






1,961,469 


4191-4193 


Planning & oning 


228,670 


-10,302 




218,368 


4194 


General Government Buildings 


280,332 


7,234 




287,566 


4195 


Cemeteries 


33,400 






33,400 


4196 


Insurance 


90.300 


10,554 




100,854 


4197 


Advertising & Regional Assoc. 


8,440 






8,440 


4199 


Ot er General Government 












PUBLIC SAFETY 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4210-4214 


Police 


1,514,880 


67,718 




1,582,598 


4215-4219 


Ambulance 










4220-4229 


ire 


1,150,817 


25,828 




1,176,645 


4240-4249 


Building Inspection 










4290-4298 


Emergenc Management 


1,000 






1,000 


4299 


Ot er (Incl. Communications) 


4,300 






4,300 




AIRPORT/AVIATION CENTER 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4301-4309 


Airport Operations 












HIGHWAYS & STREETS 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4311 


Administration 


179,914 


-15.646 




164,268 


4312 


ig a s & Streets 


1,601,207 


22,805 




1,624,012 


4313 


Bridges 


10,000 






10,000 


4316 


Street Lig ting 


23,779 


1,070 




24,849 


4319 


Ot er 


278,123 






278,123 




SANITATION 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4321 


Administration 










4323 


Solid Waste Collection 










4324 


Solid Waste Disposal 


570.142 


47,626 




617,768 


4325 


Solid Waste Clean up 










4326-4329 


Se age Coll. & Disposal & Ot er 











MS-DT 

Rev. 12/09 



W19 



Default Budget - Town of 



FY 



Acct. # 



PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS 
(RSA 32:3,V) 



Prior Year 

Adopted 

Operating Budget 



Reductions & 
Increases 



Minus 

1-Time 

Appropriations 



DEFAULT BUDGET 





WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4331 


Administration 










4332 


Water Services 


46,585 


2,238 




48,823 


4335-4339 


Water Treatment, Conserv.S Other 













ELECTRIC 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4351-4352 


Admin, and Generation 










4353 


Purchase Costs 










4354 


Electric Equipment Maintenance 










4359 


Other Electric Costs 













HEALTH 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4411 


Administration 


2,400 






2,400 


4414 


Pest Control 


9,250 






9,250 


4415-4419 


Health Agencies & Hosp. & Other 


26,900 


-26,900 










WELFARE 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4441-4442 


Administration & Direct Assist. 


77.000 






77,000 


4444 


Intergovernmental Welfare Pymnts 










4445-4449 


Vendor Payments & Other 













CULTURE & RECREATION 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4520-4529 


Parks & Recreation 


205,447 


1,251 


206,698 


4550-4559 


Library 


294,216 


12,477 




306,693 


4583 


Patriotic Purposes 


125 






125 


4589 


Other Culture & Recreation 













CONSERVATION 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4611-4612 


Admin. & Purch. of Nat. Resources 


19,400 






19,400 


4619 


Other Conservation 










4631 -4632 REDEVELOPMENT & HOUSING 










4651-4659 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 













DEBT SERVICE 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4711 


Princ- Long Term Bonds & Notes 


406,809 


23,015 




429,824 


4721 


Interest-Long Term Bonds & Notes 


97,931 


6,126 




104,057 


4723 


Int. on Tax Anticipation Notes 


1 






1 


4790-4799 


Other Debt Service 











MS-DT 

Rev. 12/09 



W20 



Default Budget - Town of. 



FY 
5 



Acct. # 



PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS 
(RSA 32:3,V) 



Prior Year 

Adopted 

Operating Budget 



Reductions & 
Increases 



Minus 

l-Tlme DEFAULT BUDGET 
Appropriations 





CAPITAL OUTLAY 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


4901 


Land 










4902 


Machinery, Vehicles & Equipment 


114,950 




-35,000 


79,950 


4903 


Buildings 










4909 


Improvements Other Than BIdgs. 













OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


4912 


To Special Revenue Fund 










4913 


To Capital Projects Fund 










4914 


To Enterprise Fund 












Sewer- 


772,723 


34,027 




806,750 




Water- 












Electric- 












Airport- 










4915 


To Capital Reserve Fund 










4916 


To Exp.Tr.Fund-except#4917 




35,000 






4917 


To Health Maint. Trust Funds 










4918 


To Nonexpendable Trust Funds 










4919 


To Fiduciary Funds 










TOTAL 


11,108,003 


243,241 


-35,000 


11,316,244 



Please use the box below to explain increases or reductions in columns 4 & 5. 



Acct# 


Explanation for Increases 


Acct# 


Explanation for Reductions 


4140 


Increase in elections, Benefit rate changes 


4130 


Change in stipends 


4196,4316, 


Rate increase 


4150,4311 


Staffing level reductions 


4332 


■■ 


4191 


Benefit changes 


4194,4210, 


Union contract 


4419 


Separate warrant articles 


4312,4324, 


.. 


4902 


One time purchase 


4914 


II 






4220, 4520, 


Benefit rate changes 






4550 


.. 






4711,4721 


Bond payments 






4916 


Intermunicipal agreement 







MS-DT 
Rev. 12/09 



W21 



GILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the School District of Gilford in the County of Belknap, State of New Hampshire, 
qualified to vote on District affairs: 

First Session of Annual Meeting (Deliberative): 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Gilford High School, 88 Alvah Wilson Road, Gilford, New 
Hampshire on Monday, February 1, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. This session shall consist of explanation, 
discussion, and debate of warrant articles number II, III, IV, V and VI. Warrant articles may be amended 
subject to the following limitations, (a) warrant articles whose wording is prescribed by law shall not be 
amended and (b) warrant articles that are amended shall be placed on the official ballot for a final vote on the 
main motion, as amended. 

Second Session of Annual Meeting (Voting): 

Voting on warrant articles number I through VI will be conducted by official ballot to be held in conjunction 
with town meeting voted to be held on Tuesday, the 9"* day of March, 2010, at the Town election polls, 
Gilford Middle School, 72 Alvah Wilson Road, Gilford, New Hampshire. Polls will be open from 7:00 
a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 

ARTICLE I Election of Officers (March 9*" only) 

To choose the following school district officers: 

School District Moderator 1 -Year Term 

School District Clerk 1 -Year Term 

School District Treasurer I -Year Tenn 

School Board Member 3-Year Term 

School Board Member 3 -Year Term 



ARTICLE II General Budget Funds 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including 
appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts set forth on 
the budget posted with the warrant or as amended by vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth 
therein, totaling Twenty Three Million, Four Hundred Seventy Four Thousand, Eight Hundred Ninety Five 
Dollars ($23,474,895)? Should this article be defeated, the default budget shall be Twenty Four MiUion, 
Fourteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Eighty Seven Dollars, ($24,014,987), which is the same as last year, with 
certain adjustments required by previous action of the Gilford School District, or by law, or the governing 
body may hold one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40: 13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a 
revised operating budget only. 

Note: This warrant article (operating budget) does not include appropriations in ANY other warrant article. 
(Majority vote is required) 

School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 



W22 



ARTICLE III 25-Year Lease Agreement for Administrative Office Space 

Shall the Gilford School District vote to authorize the Gilford School Board to enter into a twenty-five (25) 
year lease agreement with the Town of Gilford to provide administrative office space at the Old Town 
Library, located at 2 Belknap Mountain Road, to be known henceforth as the Wilbur & Louise Harding 
Building, under such tenns and conditions as the Gilford School Board may deem to be in the best interest of 
the Gilford School District? 
(Majority vote is required) 



School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 



ARTICLE IV Citizen Petition - Gilford High School Varsity and Junior Varsity Lacrosse 

To see if the school district will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred 
and Three Dollars ($ 1 7,603) to ftind a varsity and junior varsity boys lacrosse team and girls lacrosse team 
for Gilford High School. This will be an ongoing annual appropriation that will be fiinded from general 
taxation. (Submitted by Petition) 

School Board: Recommended Budget Committee: Recommended 



ARTICLE V Citizen Petition - Printing of Numerical Tally of Recorded Votes 

To see if the town will vote per RSA 32:5 V-a to require that all votes by the Gilford School Board and town 
budget committee relative to school district / high school / middle school / elementary school budget items 
and / or warrant articles be recorded votes and a numencal tally of any such votes be printed in the school 
district warrant next to the affected article. 



ARTICLE VI Citizen Petition - Meadows Property 

To see if the District will vote to amend the action taken under Article VI of the 2009 annual meeting, 
establishing an expendable tmst for the Meadows Property, by deleting the second sentence of said article 
which designates the School Board as agents to expend. The intention of this article is to assure that money, 
from whatever source, shall be for the development of the Meadows Property only with the consent of the 
voters at a future School District meeting. (Submitted by Petition) 



W23 



Given under our hands and seals this 19' Day of January, 2010 



1^ 




N4ARGO WEEKS, CHAIRPERSON 





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KURT WERBER. VICE-CHAIRPERSON 




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A true copy of Warrant: Attest: 




MARGO WEEKS, CHAIRPERSON 




KURT WEBBER, VICE-CHAIRPERSON 







DEREK TOMLHNSON, CLERK 




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MS-27 
REVISED 2000 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTR.4TI0N 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 



SCHOOL BUDGET FORM 



BUDGET FORM FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS ^^T^1CH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 
OF: 



Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Fiscal Year From 

IMPORTANT: 
Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



l.Llse this form to list ALL APPROPRIATIONS in the appropnate recommended and not recommended area. 
This means the operating budget and all special and individual warrant anicles must be posted. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be placed on 
file with the school clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Adminisrration at the above address. 



Date: January 12. 2010 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 

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Budget - School District of Gilford SAU#73 FY 2010-2011 

1 2 



MS-27 



Acct.# 



SOURCE OF REVENUE 



REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 



3 


4 


5 


6 




Actual 


Revised 


ESTIMATED 


WARR. 


Revenues 


Revenues 


REVENUES 


ART.# 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


ENSUING FY 




2008-2009 


2009-2010 


2010-2011 




xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 



1300-1349 


Tuition 




2,884,942.30 


2,765,883 


3,117,371 


1400-1449 


Transportation Fees 




0.00 








1500-1599 


Earnings on Investments 




45,883.55 


40,000 


40,000 


1600-1699 


Food Service Sales 




320,158.22 


634,439 


664,439 


1700-1799 


Student Activities 




0.00 








1800-1899 


Community Services Activities 




0.00 








1900-1999 


Other Local Sources 




410,097.98 


163,473 


7,500 




Other Local Sources - Rental Fees 




12,780.00 


10,000 


10,000 





REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 




xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


3210 


School Building Aid 




353,831.36 


370,350 


353,354 


3220 


Kindergarten Aid 




0.00 








3230 


Catastrophic Aid 




266,087.40 


238,144 


266,087 


3240-3249 


Vocational Aid 




0.00 








3250 


Adult Education 




0.00 








3260 


Child Nutrition 




5,699.14 


3,000 


3,000 


3270 


Driver Education 




14,976.00 


15,000 


15,000 


3290-3299 


Other State Sources 




0.00 





















REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 



xxxxxxxxx 



xxxxxxxxx 



xxxxxxxxx 



4100-4539 


Federal Program Grants 




139,214.62 


302,014 


190,909 


4540 


Vocational Education 




0.00 








4550 


Adult Education 




0.00 








4560 


Child Nutrition 




104,730.64 


42,000 


42,000 


4570 


Disabilities Programs 




207,107.29 


161,469 


242,668 


4580 


Medicaid Distribution 




46,670.58 


40,000 


40,000 


4590-4999 


Other Federal Sources (except 4810) 




0.00 








4810 


Federal Forest Reserve 




0.00 























OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 




xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


5110-5139 


Sale of Bonds or Notes 




0.00 








5221 


Transfer from Food Service-Spec. Rev. Fund 




0.00 








5222 


Transfer from Other Special Revenue Funds 




0.00 








5230 


Transfer from Capital Project Funds 




0.00 








5251 


Transfer from Capital Reserve Funds 




50,000.00 









W29 



Budget - School District of Gilford SAU #73 FY 2010-2011 

1 2 



MS-27 



Acct.# 



SOURCE OF REVENUE 



OTHER FINANCING SOURCES CONT. 



3 


4 


5 


e 




Actual 


Revised 


ESTIMATED 


WARR. 


Revenues 


Revenues 


REVENUES 


ART.# 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


ENSUING FY 




2008-2009 


2009-2010 


2010-2011 




xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 



5252 


Transfer from Expendable Trust Funds 




0.00 





0^ 


5253 


Transfer from Non-Expendable Trust Funds 




0.00 








5300-5699 


Other Financing Sources 




0.00 
























































5140 


THIS SECTION FOR CALCULATION OF RAN ' s 
(REIMBURSEMENT ANTICIPATION NOTES) PER RSA 
198:20-D FOR CATASTROPHIC AID BORROWING 
RAN, Revenue This FY less 
RAN, Revenue Last FY 
=NET RAN 








■ 




Supplemental Appropriation (Contra) 




0.00 








Voted From Fund Balance 




0.00 








Fund Balance to Reduce Taxes 


0.00 


1,016,729 


135,358 


TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS 


4,862,179.08 


5,802,501 


5,127,686 



** BUDGET SUMMARY** 





SCHOOL BOARD 
RECOMMENDED 


BUDGET COMMITTEE 
RECOMMENDED 


SUBTOTAL 1 Appropriations Recommended (from page 3) 


23,474,895 


23,474,895 


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 4) 


17,603 


17,603 


SUBTOTAL 3 "Individual" Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 4) 








TOTAL Appropriations Recommended 


23,492,498 


23,492,498 


Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 


5,127,686 


5,127,686 


Less: Amount of Cost of Adequate Education (State Tax/Grant)* 


4,602,276 


4,602,276 


Estimated Amount of Local Taxes to be Raised For Education 


13,762,536 


13,762,536 



Maximum Allowable Increase to Budget Committee's Recommended Budget per RSA 32:18 :$ 
(See Supplemental Schedule With 10% Calculation) 

*Note: You will also be required to pay a State Education Tax RSA 76:3 and you may be 
required to pay an additional excess education tax in the amount of $ 



W30 



DEFAULT BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL 



OF: 



GILFORD (SAU#73) 



NH 



Fiscal Year From July 1 , 201 to June 30, 201 1 



RSA 40:13, IX (b) "Default budget" as used in this subdivision means the amount of the same 
appropriations as contained in the operating budget authorized for the previous year, reduced and 
increased, as the case may be, by debt service, contracts, and other obligations previously incurred 
or mandated by law, and reduced by one-time expenditures contained in the operating budget. For 
the purposes of this paragraph, one-time expenditures shall be appropriations not likely to recur in 
the succeeding budget, as determined by the governing body, unless the provisions of RSA 40:14-b 
are adopted, of the local political subdivision. 



1 Use this form to list ttie default budget calculation in the appropriate columns. 

2. Post this fonn or any amended version with proposed operating budget (l\/IS-26 or MS-27) and the warrant. 

3. Per RSA 40:13, XI, (a), the default budget shall be disclosed at the first budget hearing. 



SCHOOL BOARD 



or 



Budget Committee if RSA 40:14-b is adopted 



ni ft^^-dA^i-^uMfi 




NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION 

MUNICIPAL FINANCE BUREAU 

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 



07/04 



W31 



Default Budget - School District of Gilford (SAU #73) 

2 3 4 



FY 2010-11 



Acct.# 


PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS 
(RSA 32:3,V) 


Prior Year 

Adopted 
Operating Budget 


Reductions & 
Increases 


Minus 

1-Time 
Appropriations 


DEFAULT BUDGET 




INSTRUCTION (1000-1999) 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


1100-1199 


Regular Programs 


6,300,971.00 


202,093.00 


28,199.00 


6,474,865.00 


1200-1299 


Special Programs 


2,419,040.00 


(53,036.00) 


0.00 


2,366,004.00 


1300-1399 


Vocational Programs 


69,420.00 


5,785.00 


0.00 


75,205.00 


1400-1499 


Other Programs 


494,554.00 


1,767.00 


0.00 


496,321.00 


1500-1599 


Non-Public Programs 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1600-1899 


Adult & Community Programs 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




SUPPORT SERVICES (2000-2999) 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


2000-2199 


Student Support Services 


838,861.00 


22,370.00 


0.00 


861,231.00 


2200-2299 


Instructional Staff Services 


796,056.00 


(1,524.00) 


2,100.00 


792,432.00 




General Administration 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


2310 840 


School Board Contingency 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


o.oc 


2310-2319 


Other School Board 


77,185.00 


8,440.00 


0.00 


85,625.00 




Executive Administration 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 




XXXXXXXXX 


2320-310 


SAU Management Services 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


o.oo 


2320-2399 


All Other Administration 


177,154.00 


0.00 


0.00 


177,154.00 


2400-2499 


School Administration Service 


1,057,503.00 


3,000.00 


0.00 


1,060,503.00 


2500-2599 


Business 


388,111.00 


10,685.00 


80,388.00 


318,408.00 


2600-2699 


Operation & Wlaintenance of Plant 


2,108,098.00 


25,297.00 


0.00 


2,133,395.00 


2700-2799 


Student Transportation 


648,333.00 


31,105.00 


0.00 


679,438.00 


2800-2999 


Support Service Central & Other 


5,460,845.00 


563,519.00 


0.00 


6,024,364.00 


3000-3999 


NON-INSTRUCTIONAL 
SERVICES 


679,439.00 


30,000.00 


0.00 


709,439.00 


4000-4999 


FACILITIES ACOUISITIONS 
& CONSTRUCTION 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


O.OO 




OTHER OUTLAYS (5000-5999) 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


5110 


Debt Service - Principal 


1,040,000.00 


(190,000.00) 


0.00 


850,000.00 


5120 


Debt Service - Interest 


516,013.00 


(38,988.00) 


0.00 


477,025.00 




FUND TRANSFERS 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


5220-5221 


To Food Service 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.O0 


5222-5229 


To Other Special Revenue 


853,831.00 


(420,254.00) 


0.00 


433,577.00 


5230-5239 


To Capital Projects 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


O.OC 


5251 


To Capital Reserves 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


O.OO 


5252 


To Expendable Trust 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


O.OC 



07/04 



W32 



Default Budget - School District of Gilford (SAU #73) 
1 2 3 



FY 2010-11 
4 



Acct.# 


PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS 
(RSA 32:3,V) 


Prior Year 

Adopted 
Operating Budget 


Reductions & 
Increases 


Minus 

1-Time 

Appropriations 


DEFAULT BUDGET 




FUND TRANSFERS 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


5253 


To Non-Expendable Trusts 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


5254 


To Agency Funds 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


5300-5399 


Intergovernmental Agency Alloc. 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




SUPPLEMENTAL 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




DEFICIT 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




SUBTOTAL 1 


23,925,415.00 


200,259.00 


110,687.00 


24,014,987.00 



Please use the box below to explain increases or reductions in columns 4 & 5. 



Acct# 


Explanation for Increases or Reductions 


Acct# 


Explanation (Continued) 


1100-1199 


Increase-Contractual Obligation Teacher Salary and Substitute Teachers 


2310-2319 


Increase - Annual Audit Requirement 


1100-1199 


Decrease- New Equipment Requests at GES, GMH and GHS 


2310-2319 


Increase - Criminal Record Requirement 


1200-1299 


Increase - Contracted Services Handicapped Related to Student lEP 


2400-2499 


Increase - Contractual Obligation Telephone 


1200-1299 


Increase- Contractual Obligation Teacher Salary 


2500-2599 


Decrease - One Time Expenditure SAU Office 


1200-1299 


Increase - New Equipment and Supplies Related to Student lEP 


2500-2599 


Increase - P&L Insurance Contract 


1200-1299 


Decrease - Contractual Salary Obligation Sudent Aides 


2600-2699 


Increase - Reguirement for Sub Custodians 


1300-1399 


Increase - Contractual Obligation Vocational Education 


2600-2699 


Increase - Contract Service Plumbing/Heating 


1400-1499 


Increase - Contractual Obligation Student Activity Stipends 


2700-2799 


Increase - Contract for Student Bussing 


2000-2199 


Increase - Contractual Obligation Teacher Salary 


2800-2999 


Increase - Benefits and Ins Contr. Obligation 


2000-2199 


Increase - Psychological Testing and Psychological Services Obligation 


2800-2999 


Decrease - Teacher Retirement 


2200-2299 


Increase - Contractual Obligation Teacher Salary and Prof. Development 


3000-3999 


Increase - Food Service Obligation 


2200-2299 


Decrease - Contractual Reduction Teacher Course Reimbursement 


5110-5120 


Decrease - Debt Service (Principal & Int ) 


2200-2299 


Decrease - New AV Eguipment 


5222-5229 


Decrease - ARRA Funding 



07/04 



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TOWN OF GILFORD TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 



EMERGENCY FIRE DEPARTMENT 


911 


EMERGENCY POLICE DEPARTMENT 


911 


MEDICAL AID 


911 


Appraisal Department 


527-4704 


Building Inspector 


527-4727 


Conservation Commission 


527-4727 


Department of Planning & Land Use 


527-4727 


Finance Department 


527-4700 


Fire Station (Business Number) 


527-4758 


Health Officer 


527-4778 


Highway Department 


527-4787 


Historic District Commission 


527-4727 


Landfill/Recycling Center 


293-0220 


Library 


524-6042 


Parks and Recreation Department 


527-4722 


Parks and Recreation Program Announcement Line 


527-4723 


Planning Board Office 


527-4727 


Police Department (Business Number) 


527-4737 


Public Works Department 


527-4778 


Selectmen's Office 


527-4700 


Sewer Division 


527-4778 


Town Administrator 


527-4700 


Town Clerk-Tax Collector 


527-4713 


Zoning Board of Adjustment 


527-4727 



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